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Independent Events

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CORRECTIONS: Minute 2:57. The previous example that is mentioned in the video, didn't come out. It was about drawing two marbles WITH replacement, which means that we draw the marble and put it back. Therefore, the previous draw does not affect the probability of the next draw. Get the pdf file of this video. Events A and B are Independent if the probability of event A is not changed by the occurrence of event B, and viceversa. I give two examples. One, where two marbles are drawn in succession, from a box, with replacement and another without replacement.