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Which describes independent events?

a. you grab two jelly beans from a jar at the same time

b. you draw a card from a deck, replace it, and draw a second

c. you draw a card and do not replace it. Then yo draw another

d. you study english every night and then you get an A on the next test

i think it is C.

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B. Not replacing the card changes the probability of drawing a second.

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It is not C.It is B you draw a card from a deck, replace it, and draw a second.

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