In this course we study probability theory as a building block to modeling problems in which certain aspects of the problem we are dealing with lacks certainty. In studying basic probability theory we are presented with the important concept of independent events. Please reread that section, paying particular attention to the mathematical definition of independent events and its implication on the multiplication law. These concepts will appear throughout much of our work in this course.
As an extension of these principles, give me an example, using a standard deck of 52 cards, of the multiplication law for the general case (i.e. when events are not independent).
Okay, now give me an example....same situation.....same deck, of the multiplication law for independent events.
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