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The probability of getting a green gum ball from a gum ball machine is 1/8. The probability of getting a green piece of candy from a candy machine is 1/6. If both a gum ball and a piece of candy are bought, what is the probability both items will be green?
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multiply the probabilities
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Is the answer 1/47?
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Well, is 6 times 8 equal to 47?
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No.
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It was a typo - sorry.
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np. Just do what Satellite said.
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Mertsj! Congrats on getting moderatorship.!
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I got 1/48 - is that right?
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ty. I wasn't aware that I did. Yes. 1/48
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Thanks.
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