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Part 1: Using your own words, describe two events that are independent. Use math vocabulary that you have learned so far in this module to explain what it means when events are independent. @owlcoffee

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    When to events are not dependant on one another, thos two events are "independant", because if one occurs then it does not affect the other, or if it does, it is very minimal. For example: the explosion ocurred inside a gun and the refraction of the light on a glass window nearby.

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