Which statement is true about whether z and b are independent events [Solved]

The answer is the first one im taking that test rn lol

Conditional event, P(Z | B) is given by P(Z and B)/P(B) = P(Z) P(B) / P(B) = P(Z) Now, P(Z | B) = P(Z and B) / P(B) = 126/280 = 0.45 and P(Z) = 297/660 = 0.45 Therefore, Z and B are independent events because P(ZB) = P(Z).

Answer 6

Z and B are independent events because P(ZB) = P(Z) Step-by-step explanation: The attached spreadsheet shows that P(Z|B) = 45% = P(Z). Hence Z and B are independent.

Answer 6

Answer 6

Z and B are independent events because P(ZB) = P(Z). Step-by-step explanation: Z and B are independent events When Z and B are independent events then P(Z and B) = P(Z) * P(B) P(ZB)= P(ZB)= We cancel out P(B) on both sides P(Z|B) = P(Z)

The answer is the first one im taking that test rn lol

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