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  • 2 years ago

A box contains 10 cards numbered 1 through 10. Which events are mutually exclusive? 1. A card is drawn from the box and the number is even. A card is drawn from the box and the number is 8. 2. A card is drawn from the box and the number is odd. A card is drawn from the box and the number is 7. 3. A card is drawn from the box and the number is even. A card is drawn from the box and the number is 9. 4. A card is drawn from the box and the number is odd. A card is drawn from the box and the number is 9.

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  1. cwtan
    • 2 years ago
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    two events are 'mutually exclusive' if they cannot occur at the same time

  2. Palmo4ka
    • 2 years ago
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    3. Because the 9 - an odd number

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