Independent and Dependent Events

You’ve just flipped a quarter 10 heads in a row. What are the chances that the next coin toss will be heads? Check out this BrainPOP movie to find out the answer! In it, Tim and Moby will explain how to calculate the probabilities for independent events, like a coin toss. After that, you’ll learn how to figure out the odds that two or more independent events will happen. You’ll need to know how to multiply fractions and convert them into percentages to do it right. Finally, Tim demonstrates how to solve for dependent events, where the probabilities are all linked up! We think it’s more than probable that you’ll like this movie!

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What is the difference between dependent and independent events in probability?

If I toss a coin and it lands on heads, and I roll a die and it lands on a 6, are those dependent or independent events?

What is the multiplication property in probability?