What events cannot occur at the same time?
Probability defines the likelihood of occurrence of an event.
Answer: Mutually Exclusive events do not occur at the same time.
Let's understand the concept
According to statistics and probability, mutually exclusive events are those events that cannot occur simultaneously. For example, a coin tossed can either produce heads or tails, but not both simultaneously.
Below is the diagram shown for Event A and Event B which are mutually exclusive
For two mutually exclusive events, A and B, we can thus say that A ∩ B = 0.