Decide whether the following two events are disjoint.
1. Randomly selecting someone who is married.
2. Randomly selecting someone who owns a car.
a)Yes, because the event cannot occur at the same time.
b) Yes, because can occur at the same time.
c) No, cannot occur at the same time.
d) No, can occur at the same time.
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Please, just explain me why the answer is. No, cannot occur at the same time.
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Disjoint, in this context, means two events CAN'T occur at the same time.
You can randomly pick someone who is both married and owns a car.
Therefore, these two events AREN'T disjoint because they CAN both occur at the same time
I understand. For me is kind of confusing.. Thanks!!