Question

Asked Nov 4, 2019

General: Deck of Cards: You draw two cards from a standard deck of 52 cards without replacing the first one before drawing the second.

- Are the outcomes on the two cards independent? Why?
- Find P (3 on 1
^{st}card and 3 on 2^{nd}). - Find P (10 on 1
^{st}card and 3 on 2^{nd}).

Step 1

No, the outcomes on the two cards are not independent because the probability of the second card does affected by the change when the first card is drawn from the deck and is not replaced.

Step 2

There is a standard deck of 52 cards and the cards are drawn w...

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