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  1. anonymous
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    fire away

  2. anonymous
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    if the bag has 75 beads, how many of the following beads should you pick from the bag? blue: ? yellow: ? purple: ?

  3. anonymous
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    use theoretical probability

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    him1618 please answer!

  5. anonymous
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    or someone else

  6. darthsid
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    I am pretty sure your question is incomplete

  7. anonymous
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    here is the data:2 red 2 blue 5 yellow 1 purple

  8. anonymous
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    can you help me

  9. darthsid
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    Can you put in the whole question please? I cannot understand what the question is.

  10. anonymous
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    if the bag contained 75 beads how many of the following beads should you pick from the bag.(use theoretical probability)

  11. darthsid
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    You already posted that earlier, is there any more information in the question?

  12. anonymous
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    red:2 blue:2 yellow:5 purple:1

  13. anonymous
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    find blue yellow and purple

  14. anonymous
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    first off what is theooretical probability

  15. darthsid
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    Sorry, I have no idea how to do this. Good luck though.

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