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[8.02] MA.7.P.7.2 Henry grabs one shoe at a time at random without replacement from a box of fourteen shoes in his closet. The box contains 6 brown shoes, 4 black shoes, and 4 sneakers. What is the probability that the first two shoes he chooses will be black? Round to the nearest percent if necessary.

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  1. anonymous
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    a 7% b 8% c 16% d 18%

  2. anonymous
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    help please

  3. anonymous
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    c i think

  4. anonymous
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    can you explain how did you get it please

  5. anonymous
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    @cutiemarklove can you help

  6. anonymous
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    if he grabed 1 brown shoe it would be 6/14 if he picked again the results for grabing a brown shoe again would be 5/13 multiply both of those

  7. anonymous
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    okay thanks can you help with one more :D

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    sure

  9. anonymous
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    Which of the following is an overlapping event with a probability of fifty percent? A spinner is divided into six equal sections. Three are shaded red and three are shaded blue with each color alternating (red, then blue, then red…). The red sections are labeled A, I and E. The blue sections are labeled R, S, and T.

  10. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    here are the chocies I have been on this on for a while spinning a vowel or red spinning the letter e or the letter l spinning on red or the letter t spinning the the letter a or blue

  11. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    im pretty sure its b but im not sure i havent studyed this stuff that much

  12. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    me I have and I just do not get module 8 it is hard

  13. anonymous
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    right now im studying decimal story problems and it wont take my answers at all

  14. anonymous
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    ya I study like almost on everything I could I don't get it I tried youtube, google, and even flvs my school website in the lesson and help site and nope non help ugh but thanks for the help

  15. anonymous
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    anytime there aint many sits that can help though

  16. anonymous
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    I know but thanks and the reason why they do not explain easy

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