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**Data Science different topic explanation – Part-3 – Event Types**

## Independent and Dependent events

Two random events A and B are called independent if the occurrence of one of them does not change the probability of the occurrence of the other. Otherwise, events A and B are called dependent.

Counterintuitively, knowing that the coin landed on the head on the first toss, does not provide any useful information for determining what the coin will land on the next toss. The probability of a head or a tail on the next toss is still 1/2, regardless of the outcome of the first toss.

Probabilities of independent events should be multiplied to get the total probability of the occurrence of all of them.

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