# In Exercise 5.4, you were given the following joint probability function for Y1 = 0, if

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Problem 5.48

In Exercise 5.4, you were given the following joint probability function for Y1 = 0, if child survived, 1, if not, and Y2 = 0, if no belt used, 1, if adult belt used, 2, if car-seat belt used. y1 y2 0 1 Total 0 .38 .17 .55 1 .14 .02 .16 2 .24 .05 .29 Total .76 .24 1.00 Are Y1 and Y2 independent? Why or why not?

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