# OR-port $A\cdot B$: its conditional probabilities with zero working probability for each component? Reductio ad absurdum?

I made this statement $P(T|A)=P(T|B)=0=P(T|\neg A)=P(T|\neg B)$ with a simple OR-gate where $P(A)=0$, $P(B)=0$ and $T=A\cdot B$ i.e. $P(T)=P(A\cup B)$.

What are the conditional probabilities of the system i.e. $P(T|A)$, $P(T|\neg A)$, $P(T|B)$ and $P(T|\neg B)$?

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Suppose A works, what is the probability that the system works i.e. $P(T|A)$? Look A has 0% working probability i.e. $P(A)=0$ so what does the phrase "A works" mean here? The term "working" can mean at least two things: $P(A)=1$ or $P(A)>0$. The latter requires thinking probabilities with intervals.