Multiplicative rule - rules of probability, Mathematics

Multiplicative Rule - Rules of Probability

It is used when there is a string of independent events for that individual probability is known and it is essential to know the overall probability.

Illustration

What is the probability of a 3 and a 6 with two throws of a die?

Solution

P(throwing a 3) and P(6)

= P(3) and P(6) =  (1/6) * (1/6) = 1/36.

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