# 10 Examples of Dependent Events

In **mathematics**, Dependent events in **probability **are events where the outcome of one event affects the outcome of the other event.

In this article, we will discuss ten examples of dependent events in mathematics.

**Examples of Dependent Events**

These are 10 examples of dependent events.

**1: Drawing Cards from a Deck**

Drawing a card and not replacing it affects the probabilities of drawing specific cards in subsequent draws.

**2: Marbles from a Bag**

When drawing marbles from a bag without replacement the probability of drawing a certain color or type of marble, making the events dependent.

**3: Rolling Dice**

When you roll dice, the chance of getting certain results in a row.

For example, getting two sixes on two dice, is affected by what you rolled in the first throw.

**4: Test Questions**

In a multiple-choice test, the probability of answering the second question correctly depends on whether the first question was answered correctly.

**5: Sequential Coin Flips**

Flipping a coin multiple times and recording the outcomes sequentially results in dependent events.

**6: Playing Cards in a Game**

In card games like Poker, the probability of drawing specific hands depends on the cards that have been revealed. It is dependent events.

**7: Choosing Socks from a Drawer**

Picking two socks from a drawer, the chance of the second sock matching the first is influenced by your first pick.

**8: Drawing Balls from Urns**

When you draw balls from an urn without putting them back, the likelihood of picking particular colors or numbers in the next draws changes.

**9: Lottery Draws**

In some lottery formats, if you win a smaller prize, the probability of winning a larger prize in the same draw becomes zero. It is dependent events.

### 10:Bike having a flat tire

Getting a flat makes you late to work, so the events are dependent.

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