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a) Drawing a ten and a spade from a standard deck of cards. Are these

events mutually exclusive? b) A jar contains 4 blue candies and 2 red candies. What is the complement of getting a red candy when one candy is randomly selected? c) Choosing a vanilla candy from a jar and then choosing a strawberry candy from the same jar without replacement. Are these two events dependent or independent? d) Rolling a 4 or 6 on a single roll of a die. Are these events mutually exclusive? e) If the odds for an event are 0.66, what is the probability of the event? f) A bag has numbers 1 to 15 on separated toys. Drawing a toy having a number multiple of 5 and then drawing a toy having number multiple of 3 from the same bag. Are these events mutually exclusive? g) A card is drawn from a pack of 30 cards numbered form 1 to 30 What is the complement of drawing a number which is a multiple of 5? h) A rack contains 7 Math, 5 English, and 2 History books. A book is drawn at random. What is the probability of not getting an English book? i) Tossing a dollar and tossing a nickel. Are these events mutually exclusive. g)Drawing a 6 card from a pack of cards without replacing it. Then draw another Jack card. Are these events mutually exclusive?

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a) Drawing a ten and a spade from a standard deck of cards. Are these events mutually exclusive? b) A jar contains 4 blue candies and 2 red candies.
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