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###### Asked in US Army, US Army History and Traditions

### What is performed during the locate phase of the PR execution?

-transmit the report of an IMDC event
-receive the report
-validate the report
-record IMDC event information
-disseminate event information to all concerned
-establish communication with IMDC
-request support as required
-start the pr incident folder
-alert units
IMDC location is performed during the support phase of the Army
PR System. The personnel recovery execution includes report,
locate, support, recover.

###### Asked in US Military, US Army

### What is performed during the report phase of pr execution?

The Report phase of Personal Recovery is the first phase of the
process. During this phase, an isolating event is recognized, and
it must be timely and accurate. Reports can be generated by an
accountability mechanism, visual sightings, intelligence,
surveillance, and reconnaissance operations, as well as
communications with an IMDC person reporting the event. Several
reports may come from different reporting sources.

###### Asked in Probability

### What is the describing of the complementary event and find its probability?

Suppose there is an event A and the probability of A happening
is Pr(A). Then the complementary event is that A does not happen or
that "not-A" happens: this is often denoted by A'.
Then Pr(A') = 1 - Pr(A).
Suppose there is an event A and the probability of A happening is
Pr(A). Then the complementary event is that A does not happen or
that "not-A" happens: this is often denoted by A'.
Then Pr(A') = 1 - Pr(A).
Suppose there is an event A and the probability of A happening is
Pr(A). Then the complementary event is that A does not happen or
that "not-A" happens: this is often denoted by A'.
Then Pr(A') = 1 - Pr(A).
Suppose there is an event A and the probability of A happening is
Pr(A). Then the complementary event is that A does not happen or
that "not-A" happens: this is often denoted by A'.
Then Pr(A') = 1 - Pr(A).

###### Asked in Probability

### Two events A and B with probability 0.5 and 0.7 respectively have joint probability of 0.4 The probability that neither A nor B happens is?

Let me denote -A as the event that A does not happen. So we want
Pr[-(A and B)]
Now, the event that neither A nor B occurs is the opposite of
either A occurring, or B occurring or both occurring.
So Pr[-(A and B)] = 1 - Pr(A or B)= 1 - [Pr(A) + Pr(B) - Pr(A
and B)] (since A+B is double counted)= 1 - (0.5 + 0.7 - 0.4)= 1 -
0.8= 0.2

###### Asked in Probability

### What is the probability of obtaining exactly four tails in five flips of a coin given that at least 3 are tails?

Pr(4 tails | at least 3 tails) = Pr(4 tails and at least 3
tails)/Pr(at least 3 tails)
= Pr(4 tails)/Pr(at least 3 tails)
= (5/32) / (1/2) = 5/16.
Pr(4 tails | at least 3 tails) = Pr(4 tails and at least 3
tails)/Pr(at least 3 tails)
= Pr(4 tails)/Pr(at least 3 tails)
= (5/32) / (1/2) = 5/16.
Pr(4 tails | at least 3 tails) = Pr(4 tails and at least 3
tails)/Pr(at least 3 tails)
= Pr(4 tails)/Pr(at least 3 tails)
= (5/32) / (1/2) = 5/16.
Pr(4 tails | at least 3 tails) = Pr(4 tails and at least 3
tails)/Pr(at least 3 tails)
= Pr(4 tails)/Pr(at least 3 tails)
= (5/32) / (1/2) = 5/16.