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@tcarroll010
Please help:)

The probability is equal to \[=\frac{ 4 }{ 8 }\frac{ 2 }{ 7 }=\frac{ 1 }{ 7 }=0.142857\]

14.28%

o: Thanks.. :)

I'm ready for the answer.. because the answer it wrong.

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It's (4/8)(2/7)(2) because you could pick the bills in either of 2 orders, so it's 2/7, not 1/7

http://www.mathgoodies.com/lessons/vol6/dependent_events.html

...I'm going with tcarrol010

i am sorry for the mistake

It's okay:)
Everyone makes mistakes. c:

np. we all learn

Here: in a little more detail: upcoming

(4/8)(2/7) + (2/8)(4/7) = 2/7

After you help me with this problem.. I need help with another one.. if you don't mind.

Have to go make pumpkin pie for tomorrow.

Oh..okay. Thanks for your help though:)

ok

i gave u a medal cause iamcool gave his mine and i didn t provide the correct answer :D

Your so nice.. lol ^