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Mutual Exclusivity means A and B do not happen at the same time, which would mean they are dependent. Since we are told they are not mutually exclusive, that means they could happen at the same time, or sometime together and sometimes not. So this answer is TRUE since they may be dependent or independent, knowing they are not mutually exclusive is not enough to know.

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