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Suppose you conduct an experiment in which you draw a single card from a standard deck of 52 cards.

Which events are mutually exclusive?

Select all that apply.

choosing a card that is an ace and a four
choosing a card that is a diamond and a king
choosing a card that is a king and a heart
choosing a card that is a king and a queen
choosing a card that is a heart and an odd number

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  1. Prob(a card that is an ace and a four) = 0 , a card can't be an ace and a four
    Prob(a card that is a diamond and a king = 1/52, there is only 1 king of diamonds
    next two are easy

    prob(a card that is a heart and an odd number) = ...
    How many odd hearts are there???

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