# Mutually Exclusive

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**See:** Mutually Independent Relation, Mutually Exclusive Events, Distinct Set Relation, Inclusive Relation.

## References

### 2006

- Suzanne R. Dubnicka. (2006). “STAT 510: Handout 1 - Probability Terminology. Kansas State University
- TERMINOLOGY : We call two events A and B mutually exclusive, or disjoint, if A \ B = ; so that they have no outcomes in common. Thus, if A occurs then B cannot occur. Extending this definition to a finite or countable collection of sets is obvious.