[Answer] A high school science teacher has 78 students. Of those students 35 are in the band and 32 are on a sports team. There are 16 students who are not in the band or on a sports team. One student from the 78 students will be selected at random. Let event B represent the event of selecting a student in the band and let event S represent the event of selecting a student on a sports team.Are B and S mutually exclusive events?

Answer: No because P(B∩S)=578P(B∩S)=578
A high school science teacher has 78 students. Of those students 35 are in the band and 32 are on a sports team. There are 16 students who are not in the band or on a sports team. One student from the 78 students will be selected at random. Let event B represent the event of selecting a student in the band and let event S represent the event of selecting a student on a sports team.Are B and S mutually exclusive events?

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