# Statistics

. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the probability that a randomly selected head of household in the United States earns more than \$100,000 per year is 0.202. The probability that a randomly selected head of household in the United States earns more than \$100,000 per year, given that the head of household has earned a bachelor’s degree, is 0.412. Are the events “earn more than \$100,000 per year” and “earned a bachelor’s degree” independent?

1. No, bachelor's degree group is part of total.

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