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Events (or random variables) are independent when information on some of them tells you nothing about the probability of occurrence (/ distribution) of the others. Please DO NOT use this tag for independent variable use [predictor] instead.

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Actual odds of planes crashing aside, you're falling into a logical trap here: ...each time one flies on an airplane, it does not increase the likelihood that he will die in a future airplane cras …
answered Feb 14 '15 by Shep