anonymous
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PLEASE HELP WILL GIVE MEDAL, FAN, AND TESTIMONIAL!
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Jacobbenvenutty
  • Jacobbenvenutty
There are 23 total marbals in this equation. This means there are a 3/23 chance blue marbels will be picked, and a 9/23 chance that green marbals will be picked. Since the question is asking Probability of (blue, then green being picked) simply multiply the chances together like so: (3/23) * (9/23) = 27/529

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Jacobbenvenutty
  • Jacobbenvenutty
The yellow marbals are not part of the final equation since the question asks for P(blue, then green) and not P(blue, green, and yellow) It is however crucial in order to figure out the total number of marbals. Make sense?
anonymous
  • anonymous
so its A?
Jacobbenvenutty
  • Jacobbenvenutty
Yes ;)
anonymous
  • anonymous
could you help me with 1 more?
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  • Jacobbenvenutty
Post it as a new question
anonymous
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ok

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