# If A,B are independent prove that A',B is independent

Question asked by: perera

Asked on: 18 Dec 2009

I'm not sure this question makes sense, what is A, B and what are A' and B'.

How do we know there is any mapping relationship between A and A' and B and B' such that what applies to A also applies to A'? If A represents an apple and B a banana but A' represents pressure and B' represents pressure then there is no correlation at all?!

By: knowitall

Replied at: 18 Dec 2009

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