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# Event B is the event that a person buys the product. If P(B) 0.35, comment on each of these conditional probabilities if you were vice president for...

Event B is the event that a person buys the product. If P(B) 0.35, comment on each of these conditional probabilities if you were vice president for sales. A. P(B A) b. P(B A) c. P(B A) 0.20 0.35 0.55 The admissions director computes these conditional probabilities for students enrolling after visiting three professors, DW, LP, and MH. P(E DW) 0.95 P(E LP) 0.55 P(E MH) 0.15 Is there something wrong with the numbers? Explain. Are the events compact and domestic independent?