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You have the following information about 7 pizzas in the oven:3 of 7 pizza are thick crust, and of these one has only sausage and2 mushroom. the remaining four are regular crust, and of these 2have only sausage and 2 have only mushroom. choose a pizza at random from the oven.

a. are the events (getting a thick crust pizza) and (getting a pizza with mushrooms) independent? explain.

b. you add an eighth pizza to the oven. this pizza has thick crust with only cheese. now are the events (getting a thick crust pizza) and (getting a pizza with mushrooms) independent? explain.


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