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Mathematics, 12.11.2019 09:31, slrich21

Describe a situation in which the probability of two events is mutually exclusive. formulate and answer a question about its probability. repeat the process for inclusive events. read your classmates' answers. how do they compare to yours? did you come up with the same situation as anyone else? do you agree or disagree with their vision of the situation? why is it important to determine whether events are mutually exclusive?

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