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# Compatibility of conditional and marginal independence assumptions

2018-10-20 20:47:47

I want to know if two independence assumptions, as illustrated below, would go together or not.

Consider I have 4 variables, A,B,C,D. Can the following two independence assumptions co-exist?

$A \perp B | C,D$ and $(A,C) \perp D$ ?