1. Which of the following is an example of a dependent event?

flipping two coins
rolling a number cube and spinning a spinner
choosing two scoops of ice cream
**choosing a cookie at random, eating it, and then choosing another at random

2. Which of the following is an example of an independent event?

choosing one sock at random from your drawer, putting it on, and then choosing another at random
**flipping a coin and rolling a number cube
choosing students at random for basketball teams
removing a marble from a bag, and then choosing another without replacing the first marble

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1. the cookie choice seems to be rifght for me they asked about marbles. but your next cookie could be peanut butter or chocolate. It depends on how you picked them.

I could be wrong but the cookie choice seems right.

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4. @A person who is a girl is correct 5/5 100%

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5. DBBAD is 100% correct thanks @A person who is a girl

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6. 6.3.7 - Quick Check: Probability of Multiple Events

1) Which are dependent events?
Correct answer D. taking two marbles from a box without replacing the first marble

2) Suppose Q and R are independent events. Find P(Q and R).

P(Q) = 0.41, P(R) = 0.44

3) You roll a six-sided number cube. Which events are mutually exclusive?
Correct answer C. rolling an even number and an odd number

4) Suppose S and T are mutually exclusive events. Find P(S or T).

P(S) = 20%, P(T) = 22%

5) A jar contains 7 blue cubes, 4 blue spheres, 5 green cubes, and 6 green spheres. If you select an object at random, what is the probability that the object is green or a cube?

1) D. taking two marbles from a box without replacing the first marble
2) B. 0.1804
3) C. rolling an even number and an odd number
4) C. 42%
5) C. 9/11

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