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Are all disjoint events also mutually exclusive? And if events are independant does this also mean that they cannot be disjoint?

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In probability disjoint events are events that have no intersection. If the events have no intersection I would think that they would have to be mutually exclusive and could not be independant either because there is no way for them to both occur at the same time.

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# Homework Help: Probability: mutually exclusive vs. disjoint events

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