Find the probability of a series of events that can occur at the same time and of those that cannot.
Find out how to distinguish mutually exclusive, or disjoint, events and how to calculate the probability of a mutually exclusive event occurring.
This video demonstrates a sample use of mutually exclusive events.
This video provides an explanation of the concept of mutually exclusive events.
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A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Mutually Exclusive Events.
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This study guide reviews the probability of simple events, non-simple events, complementary events, compound events, conditional events, independent events, and mutually exclusive events. It also looks at tree diagrams and counting, combination, and permutation.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Mutually Exclusive Events and Mutually Inclusive Events.