# Two Independent Events With Mutually Exclusive And Union Of Events

Question

1. If events A and B are independent and A is not an impossible event, then P(A/B) is not equal to zero.

2. If events A and B are mutually exclusive, then P(A/B) is equal to zero.

3. The union of events A and B is given by all basic outcomes common to both A and B.

Summary

These true or false questions belong to Statistics and they discuss about two independent events.

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