## Question

Given that *A*, *B* and *C* are events such that *P*(*A*) = *P*(*B*) = *P*(*C*) = 1/5, *P*(*A*∩ *B*) = *P*(*B* ∩ *C*) = 0 and *P*(*A* ∩ *C*) = 1=10. The probability that at least one of the events *A*, *B* or *C* occurs is …….

### Solution

1/2

Now, *P*(at least one of *A*, *B*, *C*)

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