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Think about a six-sided die with each number, 1 through 6, appearing once on each die. Which of the following events is mutually exclusive?

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Re: Which of the following events is mutually exclusive? I think you have to provide two or more events for comparison.
Rolling a 3 or a number greater than 1. Rolling a 4 or rolling an odd number. Rolling a 6 or rolling a multiple of 2. Rolling a 5 or rolling a prime number.
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Answer: Rolling a 4 or rolling an odd number. These two events can't happen at the same time. That is the definition of mutually exclusive events. Check out, if you like: http://www.mathsisfun.com/data/probability-events-mutually-exclusive.html

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