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    mutually exclusive event!

    if A and B are mutually exclusive event with p(A)=0.35 and p(B)=0.45, find  p(A^c n B^c)

    i got 0.8, am i right? if no pls help with best technique to solve this problem, thanks.
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    Re: mutually exclusive event!

    Quote Originally Posted by lawochekel View Post
    if A and B are mutually exclusive event with p(A)=0.35 and p(B)=0.45, find  p(A^c n B^c)

    i got 0.8, am i right? if no pls help with best technique to solve this problem, thanks.
    No it is not correct.

    A and B are mutually exclusive events so P(A\cup B)=0.8
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