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Determine whether the following individual events are overlapping or​ non-overlapping. Then find the probability of the combined event.
Getting a sum of either 4​, 9​, or 10 on a roll of two dice

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  1. 4 can be obtained by
    2,2
    3,1 or
    1,3

    9 can be obtained by
    6,3
    3,6
    5,4 or
    4,5

    10 can be obtained by
    6,4
    4,6 or
    5,5

    For each, they are out of 36 possibilities.

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