# Dependent Events

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## Game about dependent events and probability

Created Date 06.09.19
Last Updated 06.10.19
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Topics of this game:
• What is the probability of getting a composite number on the first roll of a die and getting a prime number on the second roll?
• There are 6 red marbles, 5 green marbles, and 4 yellow marbles in a bag. If Joe picks 2 marbles one after the other without replacement, then what is the probability that both are red in color?
• There are 5 red roses, 3 yellow roses, and 8 white roses in a tray. If Stephanie picked 2 roses one after the other without replacing, then what is the probability of picking a white rose first and a red rose next?
• There are 6 pink and 8 white balls in a bag. If two balls are drawn one after the other, then what is the probability of getting a pink ball first and white ball next, if the first ball drawn is replaced?
• 4 red cubes and 4 white cubes are there in a basket. If two cubes are drawn at random, then what is the probability that the first one is white and the second one is red?
• Arthur has 4 brown, 5 violet, and 3 pink sweaters. If he selects 2 sweaters one after the other without replacement, then what is the probability that both are violet in color?
• Jerald has 12 one-dollar coins and 16 one-cent coins in his pocket. If he randomly takes out two coins one after the other without replacement, then what is the probability that the two coins are one-dollar coins?
• From a deck of 52 cards, Jerald draws two cards one after the other at random. What is the probability that both the cards are face cards?
• A basket contains 5 purple pencils and 9 brown pencils. If two pencils are picked at random one after the other without replacement, then what is the probability that both the pencils are purple?
• Carol, on her birthday, cuts a cake into 12 pieces. 8 of those pieces have a cherry on each of them. If each piece is given to her 11 friends and she takes one piece, then what is the probability of Carol and her friend Rose getting a piece with a cherry?
• Which of the following are dependent events? 1. Getting an even number in the 1st roll of a die and getting an even number in the 2nd roll 2. Getting an odd number on the die and spinning blue color on a spinner 3. Getting a blue card in the 1st draw from a deck of cards and getting a blue card in the 2nd draw (1st card is not replaced)
• Two cards are drawn from a set of 10 cards numbered from 1 to 10, without replacing the first card. What is the probability that both the cards have prime numbers on them?
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