Stats: Data and Models (3rd Edition)

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ISBN 10: 0321692551
ISBN 13: 978-0-32169-255-9

Chapter 14 - From Randomness to Probability - Exercises - Page 351: 15


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Events have to be indepedent to be able to use the multiplication rule. Thus this would imply that the probability of a car speeding is independent of the probability of the other car speeding. But these events are not independent, because the two cars are racing against each other, thus the two cars will always both be speeding.
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