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vivianrush

  • one year ago

Algebra 2 help please

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  1. vivianrush
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  2. juanjohnguy
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    What is it asking? The probability of finding either red or blue?

  3. shaik0124
    • one year ago
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    @mathstudent55

  4. niksva
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    P(red or blue) = P(red marbles) + P(blue marbles)

  5. vivianrush
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    im so confused

  6. niksva
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    @vivianrush can u tell me what is probability of determining the red marbles out of the total marbles ( red + blue + white) ?

  7. vivianrush
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    6+4+6

  8. niksva
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    6+4+6 = 16 are total number of marbles

  9. niksva
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    i m asking about the probability?

  10. vivianrush
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    wait what.

  11. niksva
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    probability of finding blue marble = number of blue marbles / total numbers of marbles now can u tell me what is probability of finding blue marble?

  12. vivianrush
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    4

  13. niksva
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    No the probability of finding blue marble = 4 / 16

  14. niksva
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    now can u find the probability of finding the red ball?

  15. vivianrush
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    6/16

  16. niksva
    • one year ago
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    P(red or blue) = P(red) + P(blue) plug in the values u got and u will get the required answer.

  17. vivianrush
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    10/16 =5/8

  18. niksva
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    yeah

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