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If P(B)=3/5 ,P(A/B)=1/2 and P(AUB)=4/5 , then P(AUB)’+P(A’​​^B)= (i)1/5 (ii)4/5 (iii)1/2 (iv)11/10

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```							Dear student P(A/B) = ½P(A ^ B )/ P(B) = ½Hence P (A^B) = 3/10 Now P (A U B)' + P (A' ^B) = 1 - P(AUB) + P (B) - P (B ^ A) = 1 - 4/5 + 3/5 - 3/10 = (10 - 8 + 6 -3)/10 = 5/10 = ½Hence option C is correct
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