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# I'm looking through the OG right now and I just read through

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I'm looking through the OG right now and I just read through [#permalink]  01 Jun 2007, 14:23
I'm looking through the OG right now and I just read through the discrete probability in the arithmetic section.

It deals with independence and mutual exclusivity for discrete probability events, and now my head is spinning because I forgot everything I learned in statistics 1 in college.

I have yet to see a question on the basic properties of mutual exclusivity and independence on practice material...so I was wondering if you guys spent any time reviewing this?

After all, it IS in the OG...
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In my opinion the OG explanation of the material, especially the quant is horribly confusing and will make anyones head spin.
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