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The key to determine whether a random variable is continuous or discrete is whether or not order matters. True False To test whether two events E and F are disjoint events, we can examine whether or not P(E∪F)=P(E)+P(F). True False
Discrete or continuous is not related to order but the scale of possibilities
so it makes the answer false ryt
The second is correct; if there is no overlap in probability they are disjoint and the probability of either happening is just the sum of their respective probabilities