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1..)Which of the following are independent pairs of events? Check all that apply.
A.Flipping two coins and having one show a head and the other show a head

B.Being sneezed on and catching a cold

C.When rolling a pair of dice, getting a total of 6 and having one die show a 3

D.Rolling a 4 on one die and rolling a 2 on another die
E.Seeing clouds and winning the lottery

choose the one's that are right

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  1. lose the apostrophe in one's, unless you also write event's and coin's and cloud's...

    independent events do not affect each other. So, I'd choose A,D,E

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