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ameila sets her cd player to randomly select songs from the 4 cd's she loaded. disc a has 11 songs, disc b has 10 songs, disc c has 9 and dhad 14 songs. what is the probability that the first song she hears is from disk c?

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  1. anonymous
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    \[\frac{9}{11+10+9+14} = \frac{9}{34}\]

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    9/34

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    9/44

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    9/44

  5. anonymous
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    i mean

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    lols yup i added wrong

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    lol thanks

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