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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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a 7%
b 8%
c 16%
d 18%

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help please

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c i think

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can you explain how did you get it please

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@cutiemarklove can you help

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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

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okay thanks can you help with one more :D

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sure

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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 redâ€¦). The red sections are labeled A, I and E. The blue sections are labeled R, S, and T.

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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

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im pretty sure its b but im not sure i havent studyed this stuff that much

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me I have and I just do not get module 8 it is hard

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

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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

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anytime there aint many sits that can help though

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

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