choose the pair of events that are mutually exclusive(What is not possible?) a)even intergers greater than 50 and multiples of 3 less than 100 b)even numbers gr
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choose the pair of events that are mutually exclusive(What is not possible?)
a)even intergers greater than 50 and multiples of 3 less than 100
b)even numbers greater than 50 and prime numbers greater than 50
c)even integers greater than 50 and multiples of 10 less than 100
d)even integers less than 50 and prime numbers less than 50
a)even intergers greater than 50 and multiples of 3 less than 100
b)even numbers greater than 50 and prime numbers greater than 50
c)even integers greater than 50 and multiples of 10 less than 100
d)even integers less than 50 and prime numbers less than 50
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1. User Answers BlueSky06
An event can be considered as mutually exclusive in probability and statistics when two sample propositions cannot be held as true by any means. Therefore, the pair that clearly illustrates a mutually exclusive event would be "even numbers greater than 50 and prime numbers greater than 50."