Jack1
  • Jack1
Help: There are n sweets in a bag. 6 of the sweets are orange. The rest of the sweets are yellow. Hannah takes at random a sweet from the bag. She eats the sweet. Hannah then takes at random another sweet from the bag. She eats the sweet. The probability that Hannah eats two orange sweets is 1/3 how many sweets in the bag at the start?
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ganeshie8
  • ganeshie8
probability that the first sweet is orange = 6/n probability that the second sweet is orange = 5/(n-1)
ganeshie8
  • ganeshie8
multiply them and set it equal to 1/3
Jack1
  • Jack1
was an easy medal-bait question, was just seein who was awake and thinking at this time of night so yeah... n = 10... but u had this down easy from the get go ;)

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ganeshie8
  • ganeshie8
:)
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  • Jack1
props man, cya round ;)

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