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Event E is defined as the occurrence of one or more of two mutually exclusive events, E1 and E2. How can you find the probability of E? Add the probabilities of E1 and E2. Multiply the probabilities of E1 and E2. Add the probabilities of E1 and E2, and then subtract their product. Multiply the probabilities of E1 and E2, and then subtract their sum.

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