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Understanding mutually exclusive events can help you better understand probability. This quiz and worksheet will ask you to identify examples of both mutually exclusive and non-mutually exclusive events as well as using those ideas to find probability.

These assessments will quiz you on the following:

- Identifying mutually exclusive events
- Finding the odds of a given situation
- Choosing which example is a non-mutually exclusive event
- The probability two mutually exclusive events might occur

This quiz and worksheet require the following skills:

**Reading comprehension**- ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on mutually exclusive and non-mutually exclusive events**Information recall**- access the knowledge you've gained regarding finding probability**Knowledge application**- use your knowledge to answer a question about how the odds of getting two of the same ball from a lottery machine

Expand your understanding of probability by reviewing the lesson titled Mutually Exclusive Events & Non-mutually Exclusive Events. The lesson discusses the following;

- How non-mutually exclusive events affect probability
- Whether rolling a die is mutually exclusive or non-mutually exclusive
- A method of determining probability involving mutually exclusive events

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6th-8th Grade Math: Practice & Review55 chapters | 469 lessons

- Introduction to Probability: Formula & Examples 4:33
- Probability of Independent and Dependent Events 12:06
- Experimental Probability: Definition & Predictions 3:49
- Probability of Compound Events: Definition & Examples 5:40
- Mutually Exclusive Events & Non-Mutually Exclusive Events 4:58
- Fundamental Counting Principle: Definition & Examples 5:02
- How to Calculate a Permutation 6:58
- Math Combinations: Formula and Example Problems 7:14
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