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a hat contains five chips: one rd, one blue, one yellow, one pink and one green. two chips are to be selected at random without replacement. what is the probability of selecting one red chip, one blue chip, and one green chip?

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  1. anonymous
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    uv gotta selct 2 chips or 3?

  2. anonymous
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    loks lik three. red,green,blue

  3. anonymous
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    3/5?

  4. anonymous
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    does it hav 2 be in the same order? i guess it does.. so the answer is 1/60

  5. anonymous
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    disregard lol

  6. anonymous
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    is it 1/60

  7. anonymous
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    i believe so

  8. anonymous
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    i thnk it is...

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