# Classify as dependent or independent occurrences

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Classify as dependent or independent (if two events are technically dependent but can be treated as if they are independent according to the 5% guideline, consider them to be independent)?

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- 2 events are independent because the occurence of one does not affect the probability of the occurence of the other

- 2 events are dependent because the occurence of one affects the probability of the occurence of the other

- 2 events are dependent because the occurence of one does not affect the probability of the occurence of the other

- 2 events are independent because the occurence of one affects the probability of the occurence of the other

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