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I know that mutually exclusive events occur when P(first AND second) = zero, and that this means they cant occur at the same time.

I know that mutually exclusive events occur when P(first AND second) = zero, and that this means they cant occur at the same time. I'm having trouble though completing one myself

May I have an example of mutually exclusive events and show it mathematically. ie Show that P(A and B) = 0. I would like it broken down so I can clearly see the steps. Thank you

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