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If A and B are ____________________ then the probability of the union

of A and B is the sum of their individual probabilities.

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> ) Two Events are mutually
enclusive, if they cannot
occur both at the same
P (A Of B ) = PCA) + P (B )
so, the answer is-
If A and B are mutually Exclusive, then the
probability of...

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