$$ P(A) = P(A|B) or P(A)> P(A|B),or , P(A|B)$$
A is the event that the student is male, and B is the even that the student is over six feet tall.
SO for the first equation $$ P(A) = P(A|B)$$ The probability of A is going to be the probability of a student being Male given that they are 6 feet tall? How would i Create a mathematical equation? $$S M = Students Male$$ $$S T = Six feet tall$$ $$ P(M) = P(S M|S T) $$ I didn't really understand what the question was actually asking? Did I do this right?