## Question

Let *A* and *B* be two events such that *P*(*A*) = 0.3 and *P*(*A* ∪ *B*) = 0.8. If *A*and *B* are independent events, then *P*(*B*) is

### Solution

5/7

We have,

[âˆµ *A* and *B* are independent]

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