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We have the followings n events that are:

- they are incompatible events two by two, ie, they haven´t common elements ()

- if we join all events from E (colection of samples), is the group that is created by all posible results from a random experience.

That:

Then, the probability of a event S is happened, I can decompose it, as:

(Demostration of this result)

A mouse is persecuted by a hungry cat. The mouse can to choose one of these streets A, B or C, to salve himself.

- The probability that the mouse choose the A street is 0.3 P(A)=0.3
- The probability that the mouse choose the B street is 0.5 P(B)=0.5
- The probability that the mouse choose the C street is 0.2 P(C)=0.2

The probabilities that the mouse is hunted by mouse in every street, are:

- P(cat hunts mouse in A)= P(+|A)= 0.4
- P(cat hunts mouse in B)= P(+|B)= 0.6
- P(cat hunts mouse in C)= P(+|C)= 0.1

What´s the probability that cat hunts mouse?.(Calculate P(+))

**SOLUTION**

We make a diagram with tree form to this exercise: