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$U$ and $V$ are mutually exclusive events. $P(U)=0.26 ; P(V)=0.37$. Find:

$P(U \cup V)=$

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1 of 4In this task, we need to find the probability of event $U\cup V$. The given are events $U$ and $V$, which are mutually exclusive. Also, the given are the probabilities $P(U)=0.26$ and $P(V)=0.37$.

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