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State whether the events are dependent or independent.
a. Getting an A in statistics.
     Getting an A in English.
 
Dependent
 
Independent
 
b. Getting the flu shot.
     Getting the flu.
 
Dependent
 
Independent
 
c. Knowing how to swim.
     Knowing how to dive.
 
Dependent
 
Independent
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