Unformatted text preview: 4 Ks 3 Ks ≈ 0.000362 Think About It: Why is this probability for the AKK sequence lower than the one we found for Example 2, when we were drawing with replacement? Also, why is P K2nd A1st ( ) in this example higher than P K2nd ( ) in Example 2?...
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 Multiplication

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