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1. If two events E and F are such that the probability of E does not affect the probability of F then the events are called: a) Independent b) Mutually Exclusive c) Separate 2. In the statement: “the...

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1. If two events E and F are such that the probability of E does not affect the probability of F then the events are called:
a) Independent
) Mutually Exclusive
c) Separate
2. In the statement: “the probability that event 1 happens and event 2 happens or event 3 happens” The use of the word “and” implies that we should use the ____ rule.
a) addition,
) multiplication,
c) division,
d) subtraction
3. When two events are mutually exclusive, them they are also disjoint.
a) True
) False
4. The use of the word “or” implies that we should be the ___rule.
E= High temperature on a given day
F= flipping heads on a coin flip
a) Addition
) Multiplication
c) Division
d) Subtraction
5. Are the events below dependent or independent?
E= Having an at fault accident
F= being susceptible to road rage
a) Independent
) Dependent
6. Suppose two events are independent with P(E)=0.6 and P(F)=0.3.
What is P(E and F)?
7. What is the probability that three coin-flips in a row are all heads?
Answered Same Day Jun 23, 2021

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