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## A grab bag consists of 8 football cards and 2 basketball cards. An experiment consists of taking out one card from the bag and replacing it, and then selecting another card. Determine whether the events are independent or dependent. What is the probability of selecting a football card and then a basketball card? Express your answer as a decimal.

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