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A jar contains 7 blue cubes, 4 blue spheres, 5 green cubes, and 6 green spheres. If you select an object at random, what is the probability that the object is green or a cube? A. 23/22 B. 5/22 C. 9/11 D. 4

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  1. SamuelAlden917
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    B. 5/22

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    thank you !

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    Add all the stuff up: 7 + 4 + 5 + 6 = 11 + 11 = 22 probability of a green object or a cube, so add the green objects and the total cubes 11 green objects + 12 cubes. = 23 23 / 22

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    no wait, i think i double counted

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    Its B!

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    No, it's C! Here's why.

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    The only thing we're NOT counting are the BLUE spheres.

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    There are four of them, so 22 total objects - 4 blue spheres = 18 / 22 = 9 / 11

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    Your right,

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    thank you :)

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    I am sooo sorry!

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    No best response?

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