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Which of the following describes two events that are most likely to be independent?
Picking two “Kings” on two successive selections (without replacement) of cards from a well shuffled, standard $52$-card deck.
Selecting one penny from a change jar and then selecting a quarter from the same jar.
Randomly selecting one of the United States to do a report on, and randomly selecting one of the countries of Europe to do a report on.
Randomly selecting $2$ males from a class consisting of $8$ males and $11$ females.
Picking a number from $1$ to $10$ when guessing which number your sister has written down on a piece of paper, and then picking a different number if you find that your first guess was wrong.