# SOLUTION: a card is drawn at random from a 52 card deck. tell whether event A and B are inclusive or mutually exclusive. Then find p(A or B). please 1.A; The card is a number less than 5.

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 Question 420535: a card is drawn at random from a 52 card deck. tell whether event A and B are inclusive or mutually exclusive. Then find p(A or B). please 1.A; The card is a number less than 5. B; The card is a jack, king or queen. 2.A; the card is black B; the card is a number greater then 4 3.A; The card is red B; The card is the ace of spades. 4.A;The card is a 2 or 3 B;The card is not a heart. 5.A; The card is a diamond B; the card is a spade.???Answer by stanbon(60778)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!a card is drawn at random from a 52 card deck. tell whether event A and B are inclusive or mutually exclusive. Then find p(A or B). please 1.A; The card is a number less than 5. B; The card is a jack, king or queen. --- Mutually Exclusive P(A or B) = P(A)+P(B)= P(2,3,4)+P(j,k,q) = [12/52]+[12/52] = 24/52 ----------------------- 2.A; the card is black B; the card is a number greater then 4 Inclusive: P(A or B) = P(A)+P(B)-P(AUB) = [26+40-20]/52 = 46/52 ----------------------- Cheers, Stan H. ========== Can you handle the rest? ---- 3.A; The card is red B; The card is the ace of spades. 4.A;The card is a 2 or 3 B;The card is not a heart. 5.A; The card is a diamond B; the card is a spade.???