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can you guys help

I'm here to see how someone else solves it - Probability was never my best subject

agreed

i could be totally wrong but ill take a guess

i know this math subject sucks

hate probability like i do not get my teacher explains and i am like uhhhh

its competition who will win

that might be wrong i dont know

But what if he gets a five dollar bill then a one dollar?

^^

seems right i know you have to add first

Isn't it 4+3+2=9?

uhhh okay um i think @LegendarySadist is right

beause you do have to add

woah woah, I'm not saying that's the solution

no i know you have to add first then do the rest ya i knows but i suck at this

So I think I have the question figured out.

i know how to add this because i saw this in other questions like this but different XD

um kind of lost :/

so basically what i said earlier

ha XD

so will it be 0.16

on the first one

No need to convert to decimal form. Let's keep it in fraction form please.

okay so will it be 1/6

on both

Yup.

okay is that it or not

thanks for your help guys