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Interpret probabilities of compound events


A standard deck of 52 cards has 13 clubs, 13 diamonds, 13 hearts, and 13 spades.
Suppose that Anya is going to draw 2 cards without replacement. Here are some events and their meanings:
H1The first card is a heart.
H2The second card is a heart.
H1CThe first card is not a heart.
H2CThe second card is not a heart.
Consider this probability:
P(H1 and H2)=P(H1)P(H2H1)
What does P(H1 and H2) represent in this context?
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