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__Math Tutoring on Probability of Mutually Exclusive Events__

In Math Tutoring, if it is impossible for two events to occur at the same time, the events are **Mutually Exclusive.**

For example, if we toss a coin, the result is always either head or tail. It cannot be head and tail at the same time. If we play a tennis game, we can either win or lose as a result. We cannot win and lose at the same time. These are all examples of **Mutually Exclusive Events.**

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**Hook Questions: **

*1. **What are Mutually Exclusive Events?*

*2. **State the Probability of Mutually Exclusive Events. Give examples.*

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