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# If a and b are independent events with p(a) = 0.05 and p(b) = 0.65, then p(a | b) =?

**Solution:**

It is given that

p(a) = 0.05

p(b) = 0.65

If a and b are independent events, the conditional probability is given as p (a | b).

p(a | b) = p(a). p(b)/ p(b)

Substituting the values we get

p(a | b) = (0.05 × 0.65)/ 0.65

So we get

p(a | b) = 0.05

Therefore, p(a | b) = 0.05.

## If a and b are independent events with p(a) = 0.05 and p(b) = 0.65, then p(a | b) =?

**Summary:**

If a and b are independent events with p(a) = 0.05 and p(b) = 0.65, then p(a | b) = 0.05.

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