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1. Describe two mutually exclusive events and two inclusive events.
2. Use the information on page 730 to explain how probability applies to what teens do online.
Include an explanation of whether the events listed in the graphic are mutually exclusive or
inclusive.
Rolling a fair die. The events of getting an odd number and an even number are mutually
exclusive, since they have no common elements.
Selecting a single card from a deck of cards. The events of selecting an ace and a 9 are mutually
exclusive.
Rolling a fair die. The events of getting an even number and number less than 4 are inclusive, since 2 is
common to both.
Selecting a single card from a deck of cards. The events of selecting a face card and a queen are
inclusive.
Probability applies to find the percentage of teens doing different activities online. The event are
inclusive, because some teens do more than one activity online. For example some teens do emails and
research.

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