## True or False

- True or false. If
*E* and *F* are mutually exclusive, and *E* and *G* are mutually exclusive, then *F* and *G* are mutually exclusive.
- True or false. Suppose it is determined that the probability of obtaining heads in a coin- tossing experiment using a biased coin is 0.51, then the probability of obtaining tails in a toss of the coin is 0.49.
- True or false. Suppose
*S *= {*s*_{1}, *s*_{2}, …, *s*_{n}} is a finite sample space with *n* outcomes. Then 0 < *P*(*s*_{1}) + *P*(*s*_{2}) + … +* **P*(*s*_{n}) < 1.
- True or false.
*P*(*E*) + *P*(*E*^{c}) = 1.
- True or false.
*P*(*E*^{c} ∪ *F*^{c}) = 1 – *P*(*E* *∩* *F*)
- True or false. If
*A* and *B* are events in an experiment and *P*(*B*) *≠* 0, then .
- True or false. .

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