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Two events A and B are said to be mutually exclusive if A $\cap$ B = ?
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If P (F | E) = P (F), provided P (E) ≠ 0, then which of the following is true about E and F? a) E and F are mutually independant, b) E and F are mutually exclusive, c) E and F are neither mutually exclusive nor independant, d) E and F are both mutually exclusive and independant?
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Answer: A $\cap$ B = $\phi$
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If n is the number of distinct elements in a sample space and m is the number of outcomes favorable to an event E, then express P(E') in terms of m and n.
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