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3. In an open refrigerator, there are seven different types of diet soda, four different types of regular soda, and two types of bottles of water. a. Suppose Evan chose a bottle from the refrigerator at random. Could we realistically say that the probability of choosing a diet soda is Why or why not? 7 13 ? 1 2 12 b. If there are 16 total bottles of diet soda, 8 total bottles of regular soda, and 4 total bottles of water, what is the probability of each of the following: (i) Choosing a bottle of diet soda when a bottle is chosen at random (ii) Choosing a bottle of regular soda when a bottle i

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    the probability of choosing a diet soda is 7/13 because there are 7 diet soda bottles out of 13 bottles

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    12(i) 4/7

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    12(ii) is not complete

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