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Can you give a example to differentiate independent events from mutually exclusive events?
Suppose there is a random experiment of rolling a die:
E1 is a event of getting a multiple of 3
E1={3,6}
E2 is a event of getting a multiple of 2
E2={2,4,6}
Is E1&E2 are independent events, here they are not mutually exclusive.
Suppose there is a random experiment of rolling a die:
E1 is a event of getting a multiple of 3
E1={3,6}
E2 is a event of getting a multiple of 2
E2={2,4,6}
Is E1&E2 are independent events, here they are not mutually exclusive.