Posted by **Anonymous** on Saturday, February 26, 2011 at 10:29pm.

Numbered disks are placed in a box and one disk is selected at random. There are 6 red disks numbered 1 through 6, and 7 yellow disks numbered 7 through 13. In an experiment a disk is selected, the number and color noted, replaced, and then a second disk is selected. Is this an example of independence?

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- algebra - If there are 8 red disks numbered 1 through 8, and 6 yellow disks ...
- contemporary Math - If there are 2 red disks numbered 1 through 2, and 6 yellow ...
- Statistics - If there are 6 red disks numbered 1 through 6, and 4 yellow disks ...
- finite math - a box contains 40 computer disks, 5 are defective. Three disks are...
- math - An experiment consists of drawing one ball from a box containing 5 white ...
- physics - Often in physics we won't be able to predict motion of a bunch of ...
- Math/Statistics - I don't get how to do this...can anyone help? 1. In a large ...
- school - Two disks are spinning freely about axes that run through their ...
- stats - a box contains 100 cards, of which 25 are numbered 1, 35 are numbered 2...
- Math - I know someone has posted this question before but didn't get an answer ...

More Related Questions