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Ashsmashum1290

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HHEELLPP PPPPPPPPLLLLLLLLLLZZZZZZZZ!!!!!! QUICK I DONT HAVE A LOT OF TIME

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  1. Ashsmashum1290
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    @gknight

  3. anonymous
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    what is the probability of choosing a red necklace?

  4. Ashsmashum1290
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    i don't know i suck at math

  5. anonymous
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    2 questions. 1. how many necklace choices are there? 2. how many of them are red?

  6. Ashsmashum1290
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    there are 4 necklace choices and only 1 is red

  7. anonymous
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    so there is a 1 in 4 chance of choosing a red necklace, and the probability is 1/4. Do the same thing to find the probability of choosing a yellow bracelet

  8. Ashsmashum1290
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    so 1/2

  9. anonymous
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    right

  10. anonymous
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    to find the probability of doing both, multiply them 1/4 * 1/2

  11. Ashsmashum1290
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    okay thanks so 1/8 is the answer? but do you know what dependent means in math? @peachpi

  12. anonymous
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    yes it's 1/8

  13. anonymous
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    dependent events are when the probabililty of one event changes based on what happened in another event. Like a 52 card deck has 4 kings. The probability of picking a king the first time is 4/52. The probability of getting a king for a second pick depends on the results of the first. If you got a king the 1st time, it's 3/51. If you didn't, it's 4/51

  14. Ashsmashum1290
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    what is 2/12 in simplest form @peachpi

  15. anonymous
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    1/6

  16. Ashsmashum1290
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    okay thank s

  17. Ashsmashum1290
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    so what is 2/12 as a decimal?

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    @peachpi

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    were are you

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