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help about codes from probability

Sadia Seddiqi
Could you help me how I can solve run this code in R-labUnions

1-You are picking flowers from a garden. The garden contains flowers of
varying colors, including flowers that are completely blue, flowers that
are completely pink, and also flowers that are both colours. The
probability of picking a flower that is at least partly blue is 0.4 and the
probability of picking a flower that is at least partly pink is 0.2. Let's
think about some probabilities!

# Calculate the probability of picking a flower that is blue, pink or both

2-
Conditional Probability I

Enter plants into your console to see information about whether 90 plants
live indoors or outdoors, and whether they are a flower, a succulent or a
tree. The values in this table represent probabilities, calculated from
frequencies.

Let's use these probability values to find some conditional probabilities.
To do this you need to use the formula P(A|B)=P(A+B)/P(B)P(A|B)=P(A+B)/P(B).

# What is the probability a plant lives indoors?

# What is the probability a plant is a flower, given that we know it lives
indoors?

# What is the probability a plant lives indoors, given that we know it is a
succulent?

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Re: help about codes from probability

Christopher W. Ryan
Is this homework for a class? If so, it would be better to ask your professor for guidance. R-help List frowns on homework questions.

Chris Ryan


On November 7, 2019 2:46:32 AM EST, Sadia Seddiqi <[hidden email]> wrote:

>Could you help me how I can solve run this code in R-labUnions
>
>1-You are picking flowers from a garden. The garden contains flowers of
>varying colors, including flowers that are completely blue, flowers
>that
>are completely pink, and also flowers that are both colours. The
>probability of picking a flower that is at least partly blue is 0.4 and
>the
>probability of picking a flower that is at least partly pink is 0.2.
>Let's
>think about some probabilities!
>
># Calculate the probability of picking a flower that is blue, pink or
>both
>
>2-
>Conditional Probability I
>
>Enter plants into your console to see information about whether 90
>plants
>live indoors or outdoors, and whether they are a flower, a succulent or
>a
>tree. The values in this table represent probabilities, calculated from
>frequencies.
>
>Let's use these probability values to find some conditional
>probabilities.
>To do this you need to use the formula
>P(A|B)=P(A+B)/P(B)P(A|B)=P(A+B)/P(B).
>
># What is the probability a plant lives indoors?
>
># What is the probability a plant is a flower, given that we know it
>lives
>indoors?
>
># What is the probability a plant lives indoors, given that we know it
>is a
>succulent?
>
>-------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>*Sadia seddiqi*
>
>
>*Health Care Financing Officer *
>
>
>*Health Economics & Financing Directorate (HEFD) Ministry of Public
>Health
>(MoPH), Kabul-Afghanistan*
>
>* Email: [hidden email] <[hidden email]>
><+93%2078%20692%207270>*
>
> [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
>
>______________________________________________
>[hidden email] mailing list -- To UNSUBSCRIBE and more, see
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>http://www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html
>and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.

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