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The General Addition Rule | Probability | the virtual school

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Published on Jan 2, 2013

How do we find the probabilities of mutually exclusive events P(A or B)? We need a rule to guide us. This is the General Addition Rule.

As part of the GCSE / K12 "Probability" chapter from the Virtual School.

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