# Answer to Question #32691 in Statistics and Probability for bj

Question #32691

Let S be the event that a cell phone user switches carriers, and let D be the event that a cell phone user gets dropped a lot. Write the following probabilities and identify which are conditional and which are not conditional.

(a) The probability that a cell phone user switches carriers given that she gets dropped a lot.

p(S | D)

p(D | S)

p(S ∩ D)

Is the event conditional?

Yes No

(b) The probability that a cell phone user switches carriers and gets dropped a lot.

p(S | D)

p(D | S)

p(S ∩ D)

Is the event conditional?

Yes No

(c) The probability that a cell phone user gets dropped a lot given that she switches carriers.

p(S | D)

p(D | S)

p(S ∩ D)

Is the event conditional?

Yes No

(a) The probability that a cell phone user switches carriers given that she gets dropped a lot.

p(S | D)

p(D | S)

p(S ∩ D)

Is the event conditional?

Yes No

(b) The probability that a cell phone user switches carriers and gets dropped a lot.

p(S | D)

p(D | S)

p(S ∩ D)

Is the event conditional?

Yes No

(c) The probability that a cell phone user gets dropped a lot given that she switches carriers.

p(S | D)

p(D | S)

p(S ∩ D)

Is the event conditional?

Yes No

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