Name___________________________________ Date___________________ Probability & Statistics Mutually Exclusive Events Practice 1. Tell whether or not the following events are mutually exclusive: ________a. Drawing a card from a deck and getting a 4 or a heart. ________b. Rolling a die and getting a 5 or a number less than 6. ________c. Rolling two dice and getting a sum less than 4 or more than 6. 2. In a statistics class there are 7 juniors and 14 seniors; 5 juniors are females, and 7 seniors are females. If a student is selected at random, find the probability of selecting the following: HINT: Make a table a. A junior or a female b. A senior or a female c. A senior or a male d. A junior or a male 3. The following table shows the results for the PA primary. Democrats Republicans Male 968,799 136,710 Female 1,337,865 83,790 a. What is the probability that the person is a republican? b. What is the probability that a person chosen at random was a woman or a democrat? c. What is the probability that a person chosen at random was a republican or a male? 4. Cheap Rentals has nothing but budget cars for rent. The probability a car has air conditioning is.5, and the probability that a car has a CD player is .37. Only 6% of the cars have both AC and a CD player. What is the probability that a randomly selected car has either AC or a CD player? 5. What is the probability that you draw a Spade or an Ace from a deck of cards? 6. What is the probability of drawing a face card or a heart from a deck of cards?