A person jumps from a very slow moving train. Let A be the event that he survives, and B be the event that he does not survive. Then which one of the following statements describes the events A and B most appropriately?
The answer is mutually exclusive, exhaustive, but not equally likely
I got this answer wrong. I am told the since the train is slow moving, the events are NOT equally likely. But I differ on this. For me, I chose the inputs on outcomes 1>Survives 2> Does not Survive. attaching the probability is 50%. The movement we focus on "slow moving" train - I feel we are subjective....further I can argue the slow moving train on a bridge vs on ground can have different outcomes :)
Am i not right ? should'nt the answer be Mutually exclusive, Exhaustive, Equally Likely - psl clarify