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Suppose that A and B are two events. Write expressions involving unions, intersections, and complements that describe the following: At least one occurs.

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In this exercise, we need to write expressions involving union, intersection, and complements to describe a particular event.

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AB    A\cup B \implies "A or B will occur"
AB    A\cap B \implies "Both A and B will occur"
A    \overset{-}A\implies "A will not occur"

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