I got this question from my statistics teacher, but his answer made me confused. The question is this..
Given that A, B and C are three independent events such that P (A)=0.2 ,P(B)=0.6 ,P (C)=0.5, then the joint probability for the three events is:
a) 0.751 b) 0.06 c) 0.500 d) 0
My teacher said that "d" is the correct answer. However I believe that "b" is more reasonable answer, because the events are independent and also joint (not mutually exclusive). So what do you think?