anonymous
  • anonymous
You toss a coin, and it lands tails side up. You toss the coin again, and it lands tails side up again. Are the events independent or dependent?
Mathematics
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anonymous
  • anonymous
they are completely independent of each other. this is important is statistics. just realize that whether or not the first coin is heads or tails, it doesnt effect if the next flip will be heads or tails, and so on.
anonymous
  • anonymous
the prob is always 1/2 for each side, no matter what you flipped the previous time

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