CFA Practice Question

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CFA Practice Question

An experiment consists of removing one card from a deck of 52 cards. Let S = (H,D,C,P). Let event A be the event in which the card removed is a heart (H) or a diamond (D), A= (H,D). Let event B be the event in which the card removed is a spade (P) or a club (C), B = (C,P). Which of the following statements is incorrect?

A. A and B are disjoint events.
B. A and B are exhaustive events.
C. (D,C) is not a subset of S.
Correct Answer: C

Although (D,C) is not defined as an event, it is a subset of S.

User Contributed Comments 7

User Comment
theBooty what is a disjoint event?
mtcfa Why is B not correct?
JP09 B is correct! Lesson: Read Carefully.

"Which of the following statements is INCORRECT?"

If two events have no outcomes in common they are said to be disjoint events.
mtcfa Disjoint events have no outcomes in common. In this case that is true.
Ioannis disjoint=mutually exclusive=>P(A*B)=0
choas69 why tease us with different names ?
ashish100 to help you pass the exam mr 69
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