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Mutually exclusive event no common cards together

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Mutually exclusive event – no common cards together Overlapping event because a card could be a King and heart at the same time. P(Queen or Ace) = P(Queen) + P(Ace) P(King or Heart) = P(King) + P(heart) – P(King and heart) Examples: 1. You choose a card from a standard 52-card deck. Find the probability that you choose a heart or a spade. P(heart of spade) = 2. You choose a card from a standard 52-card deck. Find the probability that you choose an even number or a heart. P(even or heart) = 1. What is the probability that the ball selected is an odd numbered yellow ball? 2. What is the probability that a randomly chosen ball is even and red? 3. What is the probability that a randomly chosen ball is not add and blue? 4. What is the probability that a randomly chosen ball is odd?
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Find the probability of A and B (multiply) A basket of applies contains 6 red apples, 2 green apples, and 3 yellow apples. You randomly secto 2 apples, one at a time. Find the probability that both are yellow if: You replace the first apple, then select a second You eat the first apple, then select the second Independent Event – you replace the first selection Dependent Event – your sample space changes, you do not replace the first outcome. P(2 yellow apples) = P(2 yellow apples) = Example: An aquarium contains 6 male goldfish and 4 female goldfish. You randomly select a fish from the tank, do not replace it, and then randomly choose a second fish. What is the probability that both fish are male? P(male and then female) =
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