# Statistics

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Two cards are drawn in succession from a standard deck of 52 cards without replacing the first one before the second.

a) Are these outcomes are independent? Why?

b) Find P ( 3 on 1st card and 10 on the 2nd card)

c) Find P( 10 on the 1st card and 3 on 2nd card)

d) Find the Probability of drawing 10 and a 3 in either order

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a) The choice of the first card without replacement changes the probability of the second card.

b) 4/52 and 4/51. To find probability that all events would occur, multiply the probability of the individual events.

c) Same

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