# Algebra

You roll a pair of number cubes and then flip a coin. Is this an example of independent or dependent events?

A.independent
B.dependent
This is A...right?

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1. The coin flipping has nothing to do with the outcome of the dice throw. The events are independent of each other.

If you had said for example: "If I throw double sixes, then I will flip a coin",
then they events would not be independent.

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2. got it - thank you - just a few more to check please...:)

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3. 75

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