addition rule

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“Probability rule that states the probabilities of mutually exculsive events can be added together. More generally, the probability of either of two events occuring is P(A È B) = P(A) + P(B) – P(A ? B), or the sum of the probabilities minus the probability of both events occuring together.”

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