# Simple question on exchangeability

We say that $$(x_1,x_2,\dots)$$is an infinitely exchangeable sequence of random variables iff for any permutation $$\pi$$, $$p(x_1,\dots,x_n)=p(x_{\pi(1)},\dots,x_{\pi(n)})$$.

Let $$(x_1,x_2,\dots)$$ be an infinite sequence of iid r.v, and $$x_0$$ an independent r.v. from the sequence.

Then why is $$(x_1+x_0,x_2+x_0,\dots)$$ infinitely exchangeable but not iid?

Exchangeability is a generalization of IID, so IID implies Exchangeability but not the other way around. As a trivial example take $(X_1,X_2)$ where $X_1$ is bernoulli (-1,1) and $X_2=-X_1$, which is exchangeable but not iid.
Assuming each $x_i$ is independent in your example and non-constant, then it's not IID because $\mbox{Cov}(x_1+x_0,x_2+x_0)=\mbox{Var}(x_0,x_0)\neq 0$ (recall IID would imply 0 covariance).