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for a six-sided standard die is the event "less than 3" and the event "greater than 3" complimentary, mutually exclusive, or both.

I think they are both but not sure

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  1. It can't be both, so they are mutually exclusive.

    There can be times when the result is neither >3 nor <3. So they cannot be complimentary (one of the other).

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