# Probability Rules in Addition, Multiplication and Events

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1.) The special rule of addition is used to combine

a.) events that total more than one

b.) mutually exclusive events

c.) events based on subjective probabilities

d.) independent events

2) Events are independent if

a.) we can count the possible outcomes

b.) the probability of their occurrence is greater than 1

c.) the probability of one event happening does not affect the probability of another

d.) by virtue of one event happening another cannot

3.) General rule of multiplication to combine

a.) events that total more than 1.00

b.) mutually exclusive events

c.) events based on subjective probabilities

d.) events that are not independent

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1.) The special rule of addition is used to combine

a.) events that total more than one

b.) mutually exclusive events

c.) events based on subjective probabilities

d.) independent events

You use the special rule of addition, P(X or Y) = P(X) + P(Y), when two or more events will ...

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