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a bowl contains 15 red beads, 30 white beads, 20 blue beads and 7 black beads. If one of the beads is drawn in randon, what are the probability that it will be: a) red b)white or blue c)black d) neither white nor black

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    For red, it would be \(50/t\) where \(t\) is the total number of beads.

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    thanks

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