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19. You pick a number between 1,000 and 5,000. Then you flip a coin. Identify if the two events are independent or dependent. Explain. 20 Identify the type of sampling method used. A trucking company places their office phone number on the back of all of their vehicles to receive comments on how well their employees are driving.

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    19. Independent events are events whose outcomes have nothing to do with each other. The outcome of one event does not depend on the outcome of the other event.

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    Dependent events have outcomes that depend on each other, meaning the outcome of one event will affect the outcome of the other event.

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    With the above in mind, what do you think is the answer to 19.?

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    I think its independent because when you flip the coin its random the number has nothing to do with the outcome.

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    You are correct that it's independent, but your reason is not correct. The independent part has to do with both events, picking a number from 1,000 to 5,000 and flipping a coin. These two events are independent because no matter which number from 1,000 to 5,000 you pick, that choice does not affect the outcome of the coin toss.

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    yay thank you so much for helping any idea on the next one.

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    I'm not sure about the next question.

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