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Mutually Exclusive Events## For the second example, if

-Yvonne

## I believe you're referring to

I believe you're referring to the example at 1:09 in the video.

Event A: the selected number is odd

Event B: the selected number is less than 5.

So, can events A and B occur at the same time? The answer is no. We cannot select a number that is odd AND is less than 5.

So, events A and B are mutually exclusive.

Your examples of 7, 9, and 15 are odd, but they are not less than 5.

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