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Determine whether the events e and f are independent or dependent. justify your answer. (a) e: a person going into debt. f: the same person having a credit card. a. e and f are independent because going into debt has no effect on the probability of a person having a credit card. b. e and f are dependent because going into debt has no effect on the probability of a person having a credit card. c. e and f are independent because having a credit card has no effect on the probability of a person going into debt. d. e and f are dependent because having a credit card can affect the probability of a person going into debt.

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