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# True or False: Let P(A)>0 and P(B)>0.Then A and B can be both mutually exclusive and independent.

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• If $A$ and $B$ are mutually exclusive events associated to an experiment then occurance of one of there prevent the occurance of the other.
If $A$ occurs $p(A)>0$
$\Rightarrow p(B)=0$
Controdicts given condition.
Therefore given statement is 'False'
answered Jun 12, 2013

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