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If E and F are event with P(E)P(F) and P(EF)>0, then
 


A
Occurrence of E Occurrence of F
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Occurrence of F  Occurrence of E 
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Non-occurrence of E  Non-occurrence of F
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D
None of the above implications holds
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Solution

The correct option is D None of the above implications holds
P(E)P(F)n(E)n(F)
P(EF)>0EFΦ
These do not mean that E is a sub-set of F and F is a sub-set of E. i.e, EForFEor¯¯¯¯E¯¯¯¯F

 

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