# Mutually Exclusive Events

## Probability of two events that cannot occur at the same time P(A or B) = P(A) + P(B)

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## Mutually Exclusive Events

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Calculate probabilities of mutually exclusive events.
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## Mutually Exclusive v. Overlapping Events - Overview

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## Mutually Exclusive Events Principles

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## Mutually Exclusive Events Examples

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## Probability of the Union of Two Events

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Determines the probability of an union of events to occur.
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## Mutually Exclusive, Independent, and Complementary Events - Overview

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## Mutually Exclusive, Independent, and Complementary Events - Example 1

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Find the probability of a union of events
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## Mutually Exclusive, Independent, and Complementary Events - Example 2

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Find the probability of mutually exclusive events
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## Mutually Exclusive, Independent, and Complementary Events - Example 3

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Find the probability of independent events
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## Mutually Exclusive, Independent, and Complementary Events - Example 4

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Find the probability of the complement of an event
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## Mutually Exclusive v. Overlapping Events - Example 1

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Finding the Probability of Mutually Exclusive Events
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## Mutually Exclusive v. Overlapping Events - Example 2

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Finding the Probability of Overlapping Events
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## Mutually Exclusive Events Lesson Plan

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This lesson plan covers Mutually Exclusive Events and includes Teaching Tips, Common Errors, Differentiated Instruction, Enrichment, and Problem Solving.
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