Mutually Exclusive Events

# Mutually Exclusive Events Video Lecture | Mathematics for GRE Paper II

## Mathematics for GRE Paper II

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## FAQs on Mutually Exclusive Events Video Lecture - Mathematics for GRE Paper II

 1. What are mutually exclusive events?
Mutually exclusive events are events that cannot occur at the same time. If one event happens, the other event cannot happen simultaneously.
 2. Can mutually exclusive events overlap?
No, mutually exclusive events cannot overlap. They are completely separate and cannot occur together.
 3. What is the probability of two mutually exclusive events occurring?
The probability of two mutually exclusive events occurring is zero. Since they cannot happen together, the probability of both events happening simultaneously is impossible.
 4. How can we determine if two events are mutually exclusive?
To determine if two events are mutually exclusive, we need to examine whether they have any outcomes in common. If they share at least one outcome, they are not mutually exclusive. If they have no outcomes in common, they are mutually exclusive.
 5. Can mutually exclusive events be dependent on each other?
No, mutually exclusive events are always independent of each other. The occurrence or non-occurrence of one event does not affect the probability of the other event happening.

## Mathematics for GRE Paper II

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