The concept of a mutually inclusive event is used in statistics to explain the probability of two events happening at the same time. It explains the possibility, for example, of a
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It is the opposite of mutually exclusive. Potentially inclusive are events that can happen at the same time, as mutually exclusive events can't.
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Getting a 6 on the first roll or the second roll are not mutually exclusive, since both can happen. So adding up the probability is not proper. An example of mutually exclusive events
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In layman's terms, two events are mutually exclusive if they cannot occur at the same time.
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