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# Finally, independent events intersect in such an interesting

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21 Jul 2003, 16:18
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Finally, independent events intersect in such an interesting way that, supposing French and German classes represent two independent events, the proportion of French students in the German class is the same as the proportion of French students in the school as a whole (100 students, 40 study German, 50 study French, and 20 study both: 20/40 = 50/100).

To me, I'm kind of lost here. Stolyar, explain
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21 Jul 2003, 21:47
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22 Jul 2003, 06:17
Stolyar, what are they talking about in this paragraph?

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