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help123please.

I need help with question b at http://fotos.fotoflexer.com/ab6708adcc65bedaa788d84fee44ea9c.jpg . Thanks. :)

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  1. help123please.
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    Please help me?

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    @Kitt020912

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  3. Kitt020912
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    hmm, I think its \[3\over15\] but I'm not exactly possitive.

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  4. help123please.
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    Hmm. Could you explain,please?

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    uhm. let me read that again.

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    how did u get /31?

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  7. Kitt020912
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    I added together all of the numbers and then took the number of reds and put it over that and simply reduced it. But I'm not sure I did it right because of the way that the question was asked. Oh and @zupster 6+8+5+9+2=30 not 25.

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    Thanks.

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  9. Kitt020912
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    You're welcome(: idk If I helped or not.

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  10. help123please.
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    I think you did:)

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    Thank you.

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  12. Kitt020912
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    No problem :D ♥

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    :)

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    wait, mitt

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  15. help123please.
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    i have a question.

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  16. Kitt020912
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    I still need to pee ._. lol

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  17. help123please.
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    do you know what it means by 'without replacing the other candy'?

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  18. Kitt020912
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    then, perhaps it's 10 over 30, which would mean that it would be 1/3

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    hmmm....

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    The probability of selecting red is 9 / 30. The probability of selecting red for second time is 8 / 29.

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  21. help123please.
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    So what is the answer?

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    8 / 29?

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  23. micahwood50
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    No.

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    Oh.

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  25. micahwood50
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    Sorry, you're on your own.

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    Hmm.

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    How is the probability the second time 8/29? you took away two candies didnt you?

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    That doesnt seem right..

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    No, it is asking what is the probability of selecting 2 red ones.

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    On part A i got 1/90

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    maybe that has something to do w/it?

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  32. Kitt020912
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    I can doublr check this with a teacher if you want.

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    Thats okay. :)

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  34. Kitt020912
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    I'm doing it anyway :P I dont want you to have the wrong answer c:

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    Okay.:)

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  36. Kitt020912
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    A) \[\frac{ 2 }{ 30 }=\frac{ 1 }{ 15 } purple\] \[\frac{ 5 }{30}=\frac{ 1 }{ 6 } orange\] \[\frac{ 1 }{ 15 }•\frac{ 1 }{ 6 }=\frac{ 1 }{ 90 }\] Good job(: B) \[\frac{ 1 }{ 15 }•\frac{ 9 }{ 29 }=\frac{ 3 }{ 145 }\] Do you understand? :o

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    Thanks, do u simplify?

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    @Kitt020912

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  39. Kitt020912
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    It is simplified(:

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    oks. i have some more probs tho. tnx for helping me. and tell ur teacher i said thanks:)

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    thanks.

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  42. help123please.
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    let me post the new q. can i tag u?

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  43. Kitt020912
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    yup(:

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    tnx u. :)

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    am posting.

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