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    Could anyone explain how to get to the answer for this question? I know the answer is 100% but could someone explain why it is 100%.
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    (Original post by gs--xa)
    Could anyone explain how to get to the answer for this question? I know the answer is 100% but could someone explain why it is 100%.
    Because it is entirely in A. Meaning that if C happens then most certainly A happens.
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    Since C is inside of A, the event C cant happen without the even A happening, hence if C happens then A happening has a probability of 1
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Because it is entirely in A. Meaning that if C happens then most certainly A happens.
    (Original post by Radioactivedecay)
    Since C is inside of A, the event C cant happen without the even A happening, hence if C happens then A happening has a probability of 1
    Okay thanks that makes sense now
 
 
 
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