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I'm unsure, am I right? / Which of the following is not true for the spinner shown?

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    1. Spinning red or a 4 is an overlapping event 2. Spinning blue or a number greater than 3 is a disjoint event. 3. Spinning red or an even number is an overlapping event. 4. Spinning blue or an odd number is a disjoint event.

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    I chose option 2

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    wait crap i just realized it said not true

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    okay it would be the last option because spinning a blue or an odd does not look like a disjoint event

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