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Consider a single spin on the spinner shown below. Which events are mutually exclusive? Check all that apply. landing on an unshaded portion and landing on 2 landing on a shaded portion and landing on 3 landing on a shaded portion and landing on an even number landing on an unshaded portion and landing on a number greater than 3 landing on a shaded portion and landing on an unshaded portion Download png

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Samantha Barber on February 11, 2018

Answer:Options a, B and E represent mutually exclusive events. Step-by-step explanation:Two events are mutually exclusive they cannot happen at the same time.Now let's take a look at our options and find that the statements represent mutually exclusive events. A. we can see that the landing in any part of it without shadowing and landing in 2 are mutually exclusive events as unshaded part contains 3 and 4, and 2 are located in the shaded part.B. Landing in a shaded portion and landing on 3 are also mutually exclusive as 3 is located in the part without shade. C. Landing on a shaded portion and landing on a number that can happen at the same time that 2 is an even number and is located in the shaded part. D. Landing on a part without shade and landing on a number greater than 3 can occur at the same time as 4 in greater than 3 and is located in the part without shade. E. Landing on a shaded portion and landing on any part of it without shadowing are mutually exclusive events as a spinner can be partly shaded or in part without shading.Therefore, Options a, B and E are our right decisions.


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