A= The first roll shows an even number
B= The second roll shows an odd number
C= The two rolls show different numbers
Prove or disprove that A,B,C are mutually independent events

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A fair die is rolled twice.

Suppose

A= The first roll shows an even number
B= The second roll shows an odd number
C= The two rolls show different numbers
Prove or disprove that A,B,C are mutually independent events

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