D. Determine if the events are mutually exclusive or non-mutually exclusive.

Then, solve the problem completely.

1. Find the probability of selecting a boy cr a blond-haired person from 12

girls, 5 of whom have blond hair, and 15 boys, 6 of whom have blond hair.

2. Find the probability of drawing a king or queen from a standard deck of

cards.

3. Find the probability of two dice being tossed and showing a sum of 6 or a

sum of 9

4. A weather forecaster states that the probability of rain is 3/5, the

probability of lightning is 2/5, and the probability of both is 1/5. What is

the probability of a sporting event being cancelled due to rain or lightning?

5. A bag contains cards numbered from 1 to 14. One card is drawn at random.

Find the probability of selecting a prime number or a multiple of four.

# D. Determine if the events are mutually exclusive or non-mutually exclusive.

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