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Homework Statement
Why is it that the probability of getting a queen in my second draw given that the first card was a spade, independent events? What if the first card drawn was the queen of spades?
Homework Equations
P(A and B)=P(A)P(B)
What if it was another spade?What if the first card drawn was the queen of spades?
It's clear that the first card and the second card are not independent. The probability that the second card is a spade depends on whether the first card is a spade etc.Homework Statement
Why is it that the probability of getting a queen in my second draw given that the first card was a spade, independent events? What if the first card drawn was the queen of spades?
Homework Equations
P(A and B)=P(A)P(B)