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Two samples drawn from two populations are independent if:

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?Two samples drawn from two populations are independent if:

?the selection of one sample from a population is not related to the selection of the second sample from the same population

?the selection of one sample from one population does not affect the selection of the second sample from the second population

?two samples selected from the same population have no relation

?the selection of one sample from a population is related to the selection of the second sample from the same population

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