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One event A is _________________ of another event B if the probabilty of event A has occurred given event B is the same as the probability that A will occur with no knowledge of B.


disjoint

mutually exclusive

dependent

independent

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    Independent

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    disjoint

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    Independent, disjoint has to occur when these events are mutually exclusive (one event occurring while the other doesn't)

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