A simplified model of the human blood-type system has four blood types: A, B, AB, and O. There are two antigens, anti-A and anti-B that react with a person’s blood in different ways depending on the blood type. Anti-A reacts with blood types A and AB, but not with B and O. Anti-B reacts with blood types B and AB, but not with A and O. Suppose that a person’s blood is sampled and tested with the two antigens. Let A be the event that the blood reacts with anti-A, and let B be the event that it reacts with anti-B. Classify the person’s blood type using the events A, B, and their complements.
A simplified model of the human blood type system has four