# pre algebra

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Tell whether the events are independent or dependent. Then find the probability.

You roll a 6 on a number cube. Then you roll again and roll a 2.

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Does the second roll depend on the outcome of the first roll? (If so, we call the events "dependent". If not, we call them "independent")

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So its independent???

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