When calculating the probability of multiple events, we must determine if the events are dependent or independent of one another. When calculating the probability of dependent events we must take into account the effect of one event on the other. An example of calculating the probability of dependent events is the probability of drawing two specific cards in a row with the second card being drawn from a smaller deck.
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