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Apr 5, 2018

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i am thinking C and D

Apr 5, 2018
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I feel like it's more than just those 2

RainbowPanda  Apr 5, 2018
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maybe b

jakesplace  Apr 5, 2018
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A is true. The probability of winning with the first card does not affect the probability of losing with the second card.

B is true. The probability of A winning and B losing is equal to the product of their probabilities because they are independant.

Apr 5, 2018
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Okay...now I don't know what to put >.<

Apr 5, 2018
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jakesplace  Apr 5, 2018
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So...A and B?

RainbowPanda  Apr 5, 2018
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yes ma'am

jakesplace  Apr 5, 2018
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Okay but I'm pretty sure it's more than 2

RainbowPanda  Apr 5, 2018
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*sigh* it was a,b,c,and d thanks for your help

I have to re-take everything >.<

Apr 5, 2018
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im sorry 'bout that i am punching myself for that

jakesplace  Apr 5, 2018
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It' fine! Don't worry about it. It's only 4 questions. I do have to get it done today though, it's already almost 12 and I have til 2. >.<

RainbowPanda  Apr 5, 2018
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ok ok

jakesplace  Apr 5, 2018