# Math: Probability

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What is mutually exclusive?
if they cannot both happen at the same time
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What is a complementary event?
basically the opposite of the event and is always mutually exclusive (e.g if A= it rains tomorrow then the complement of A would be it will not rain tomorrow)
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When is a list of events said to be exhaustive?
if they cover all the possible outcomes
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What is a Sample Space diagram?
is a table which lists the set of all possible outcomes
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What is continues data?
anything you would measure (e.g length, height, weight and time)
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What is discrete data?
anything you would count (e.g the number off... people in a class, cars passing a point given in a time, marks scored in a test)
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### Card 2

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basically the opposite of the event and is always mutually exclusive (e.g if A= it rains tomorrow then the complement of A would be it will not rain tomorrow)

#### Back

What is a complementary event?

### Card 3

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if they cover all the possible outcomes

### Card 4

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is a table which lists the set of all possible outcomes

### Card 5

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anything you would measure (e.g length, height, weight and time)