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Suppose that you have 9 green cards and 5 yellow cards. The cards are well shuffled. You randomly draw two cards without replacement.

G_{1} = the first card drawn is green

G_{2} = the second card drawn is green

a. P(G_{1} and G_{2}) =

b. P(At least 1 green) =

c. P(G_{2}|G_{1}) =

d. Are G_{1} and G_{2} independent?

- They are independent events
- They are dependent events

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