## What is the opposite of mutually exclusive meaning?

contrary, diametric. (or diametrical), opposing, opposite.

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**What is the opposite of mutually exclusive probability?**

I think “mutually inclusive” means things can occur simultaneously (in this sense it’s the opposite of “mutually exclusive”) but they can also occur independently (i.e. one, or some, and possibly but not necessarily all).

### What is the opposite of mutually?

What is the opposite of mutual?

inconsistent | clashing |
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in disagreement | in opposition |

mutually exclusive | not in harmony |

not in keeping | out of keeping |

out of place | out of step |

**What is a synonym for not mutually exclusive?**

“Again activism and commerce are neither contradictory nor mutually exclusive.”

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What is another word for mutually exclusive?

incompatible | conflicting |
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incongruous | inconsistent |

clashing | discordant |

discrepant | disagreeing |

inconsonant | inharmonious |

#### What is the difference between mutually exclusive and disjoint?

Another word that means mutually exclusive is disjoint. If two events are disjoint, then the probability of them both occurring at the same time is 0. If two events are mutually exclusive, then the probability of either occurring is the sum of the probabilities of each occurring.

**What is mutually exclusive VS disjoint?**

In probability theory, two events are said to be mutually exclusive if they cannot occur at the same time or simultaneously. In other words, mutually exclusive events are called disjoint events. If two events are considered disjoint events, then the probability of both events occurring at the same time will be zero.

## Is the opposite of mutually exclusive independent?

The difference between mutually exclusive and independent events is: a mutually exclusive event can simply be defined as a situation when two events cannot occur at same time whereas independent event occurs when one event remains unaffected by the occurrence of the other event.

**What’s the opposite of exclusive?**

The opposite of exclusive is inclusive, and the two terms are often used in discussions of how organizations and groups can be less exclusive and more inclusive.

### What is the difference between disjoint and mutually exclusive?

Two events are mutually exclusive if they cannot occur at the same time. Another word that means mutually exclusive is disjoint. If two events are disjoint, then the probability of them both occurring at the same time is 0.

**What is the opposite word of exclusive?**

#### What does mutually incompatible mean?

adjective [usually verb-link ADJECTIVE] If one thing or person is incompatible with another, they are very different in important ways, and do not suit each other or agree with each other.

**What is the difference between mutually exclusive and complementary?**

Complementary events are mutually exclusive, but when combined make the entire sample space. The symbol for the complement of event A is A’. Some books will put a bar over the set to indicate its complement. Since complementary events are mutually exclusive, we can use the special addition rule to find its probability.

## What is inclusive and mutually exclusive?

Thus, events A and B are mutually exclusive because they both cannot occur at the same time. The number that a dice lands on can’t be even and odd at the same time. Conversely, two events are mutually inclusive if they can occur at the same time.

**What is the difference between inclusive and mutually exclusive?**

2 events are mutually exclusive when they cannot both occur simultaneously. 2 events are mutually inclusive when they can both occur simultaneously.

### Can you be independent and mutually exclusive?

It is important to note here that mutually exclusive events cannot be independent unless the probability of one of the events is zero since for independent events P ( A ∩ B ) = P ( A ) × P ( B ) and the only way a product can equal zero is if one of the factors is equal to zero.

**What is the difference between mutually exclusive and non mutually exclusive?**

Mutually exclusive events are events that can not happen at the same time. Examples include: right and left hand turns, even and odd numbers on a die, winning and losing a game, or running and walking. Non-mutually exclusive events are events that can happen at the same time.

#### What is another term for mutually exclusive?

Definitions of mutually exclusive. adjective. unable to be both true at the same time. synonyms: contradictory incompatible. not compatible.

**How do you use not mutually exclusive?**

If you want an example sentence: “Mr. President, will you now watch television, call the secretary of defense, or cut your toenails?” asked Joe Biden. “I might do two of those things at once: those choices are not mutually exclusive!” said the president.

## What does it mean if two things are not mutually exclusive?

Not mutually exclusive means that two instances or outcomes can occur simultaneously, and one outcome does not limit the other from being possible.

**What is another word for not compatible?**

1 unsuitable, unsuited. 1, 2 inharmonious. 2 contradictory.

### What is the main difference between mutually exclusive and independent alternatives?

Difference between Mutually exclusive and independent events | |
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When the occurrence is not simultaneous for two events then they are termed as Mutually exclusive events. | When the occurence of one event does not control the happening of the other event then it is termed as an independent event. |

**Is inclusive and exclusive opposite?**

Being inclusive is typically the opposite of being exclusive. By the virtue of including something as a part of a whole, there must be no exclusion.

#### What does inclusively exclusive mean?

The inclusive ‘we’ is used if the addressee is included in the reference; it means something like ‘you and I (and possibly others)’. In contrast, the exclusive ‘we’ is used if the addressee is not included in the reference. This form of ‘we’ means something like ‘I and others (not you)’.

**Is the opposite of inclusive exclusive?**