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A drawer contains 3 tank tops, 6 short-sleeve shirts, 4 three-quarter sleeve shirts, and 5 long-sleeve shirts. What is the probability of randomly choosing a tank top and then a three-quarter sleeve length, if you replace the tank top?

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    3+6+4+5=18 items

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    8/18

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    my answers dont go that high

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    7/18, 1/27, 2/3, or 1/18

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    Sorry \[ \frac 3 {18} \frac4{18}=\frac 1{27} \]

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    oh alright. ty

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    yw. There are 4 three-quarter sleeve shirts

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