What is the probability that two siblings, ages 6 and 8, will have the same birthday, assuming neither was born in a leap year?
A. 1/133225 - I thought this was the correct answer, because from what I understand if we want to find out the prob that BOTH siblings will have the same birthday is much higher than just 1/365. Even though they are independent events, which is 1/365 per time a child is born, in order for both of your child to have the same bday the odds presumably increases. Can someone please correct my logic. Thanks.