It was like:
A survey among 1000 Canadian sports fans was conducted and found out that each of them either a hockey fan or a lacrosse fan. 800 of them are hockey fans and 200 of them lacrosse fan. hence what's the probability of not being a hockey fan given that he/she is a lacrosse fan?
Someone complained of insufficient info. Though info is complete. As I finished typing and...
Further Concepts in Probability
The study of
probability mostly deals with combining different events and studying these events alongside each other. How these different events relate to each other determines the methods and rules to follow when we're studying their probabilities.
Events can be pided into two major categories dependent or Independent events.