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Events A and B are mutually exclusive. Suppose event A occurs with probability 0.57 and event B occurs with probability 0.12. Compute the probability that A does not occur or B does not occur (or both). Compute the probability that neither the event A nor the event B occurs. (If necessary, consult a list of formulas.)

Answer #1

Events A and B are mutually exclusive. Suppose event A occurs
with probability 0.82 and event B occurs with probability 0.03.
Compute the probability that A occurs or B does not occur (or
both). Compute the probability that either A occurs without B
occurring or A and B both occur.

Events A and B are independent. Suppose event A occurs with
probability .10 and event B occurs with probability .65 . Compute
the probability that neither the event A nor B the event occurs.
Compute the probability that A occurs or B does not occur (or
both).

Event A and B are mutually exclusive. Suppose event A occurs with
probability 0.27 and event B occurs with probability 0.53. please
show me how to do it. a) computer the probability that B occurs or
A does not occur (or both). b) compuute the probabilitythat B occur
without A occuring or A and Bboth occur

If the probability that event A occurs is0.51,the probability
that event B occurs is 0.64 and that probability that both A and B
occur is 0.23 then:
1. events A and B are complementary
2. events A and B are mutually exclusive
3. events A and B are not mutually exclusive
4. events A and B are statistically independent

Events A and B are independent. Suppose event
A occurs with probability 0.29 and event B occurs
with probability 0.98.
Compute the probability that B occurs but A
does not occur.
Compute the probability that either A occurs without
B occurring or B occurs without A
occurring.

Decide whether the events are mutually
exclusive.
Being one of the tallest people in the United States and being
under 4 feet tall
Are the events mutually exclusive?
A. Yes. In order for one of the events to occur, both events
must occur simultaneously.
B. Yes. It is not possible for both events to occur
simultaneously.
C.No. Neither event can ever occur.
D: No. It is possible for both events to occur
simultaneously.

Event A occurs with probability 0.6. Event B occurs with
probability 0.4. If A and B are disjoint (mutually exclusive),
then:
A.
P(A and B) = 0.24
B.
P(A or B) = 1.0
C.
P(A and B) = 1.0
D.
P(A or B) = 0.24

Discuss the concepts of mutually exclusive events and
independent events. List several examples of each type of event
from everyday life.
If A and B are mutually exclusive events, does it follow that A
and B cannot be independent events? Give an example to
demonstrate your answer. Hint: Discuss an election where
only one person can win the election. Let A be the event that party
A's candidate wins, and let B be the event that party B's candidate
wins....

. Suppose that the probability of event A is 0.4 and the
probability of event B is 0.5. What is P A B ( ) ? if A and B are
mutually exclusive? What is P A B ( ) ? if A and B are
independent?

The events X and Y are mutually exclusive. suppose
P(X) = 0.18 and P(Y) = 0.16
What is the probability of either occurring?
What is the probability that neither will happen?

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