I've seen this question floating around:
The joint probability of events A and B is
32 percent with the probability of event A being
60 percent and the probability of event B being
50 percent. Based on this information, the conditional probability of event A given event B has occurred is closest to:
The answer is 32%/50% = 64%.
My question, where does the stated 32% joint probability come from?
If joint prob of A and B is P(AB), shouldn't the problem say?
The joint probability of events A and B is `30 percent`