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# Which statement correctly explains whether the events A and B are dependent or independent?

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Sarah is rolling a number cube, numbered 1-6, and recording the number that shows up on each roll.

Event A describes the probability of getting a 4 on the first roll.
Event B describes the probability of getting a 4 on the second roll.
Which statement correctly explains whether the events A and B are dependent or independent?

Question 1 options:

A. A and B are dependent events, because the probability of the first roll will affect the probability of the second roll.

B. A and B are independent events, because the probability of the first roll will affect the probability of the second roll.

C. A and B are independent events, because the probability of the first roll will not affect the probability of the second roll.

D. A and B are dependent events, because the probability of the first roll will not affect the probability of the second roll.

Apr 17, 2019

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Independent.....dice rolls are independent....so....C

Apr 17, 2019