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Mrs. Jones buys two toys for her son. The probability that the first toy is defective is 1/3, and the probability that the second toy is defective given that the first toy is defective is 1/5. What is the probability that both toys are defective? 1/15 1/4 1/8 3/5

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  1. anonymous
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    which one do you think it is

  2. anonymous
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    3/5 idk!

  3. anonymous
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    1/8?

  4. anonymous
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    am i right?

  5. anonymous
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    i was thinking 1/8 as well

  6. anonymous
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    alright im gonna try it

  7. anonymous
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    damn it, it was wrong

  8. anonymous
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    wha was it

  9. anonymous
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    FUTURE PLATO PEOPLE IT'S NOT 1/8!!!

  10. anonymous
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    i dont know it doesnt say

  11. anonymous
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    alright thanks anyways (:

  12. anonymous
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    You sure?

  13. anonymous
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    well for now yea

  14. anonymous
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    actually can u help me with this one

  15. anonymous
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    Each month, a retail store awards a blue ribbon to its employee of the month. The probability that Chloe is the employee of the month is 29% in January and 49% in February. What is the probability that she is awarded a blue ribbon in both January and February? 14.21% 19.51% 10.00% 21.81%

  16. anonymous
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    the answer to the last one is 1/15 I had read you question wrong

  17. anonymous
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    ohh ok

  18. anonymous
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    can u please help me on this one?

  19. anonymous
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    i have two mote questions and i cant get neither of them wrong

  20. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    more*

  21. anonymous
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    okay I wil try

  22. anonymous
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    ok

  23. anonymous
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    a because they are independent events so you do 49 times 29 to get a

  24. anonymous
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    omg are u sure? im scared! lol

  25. anonymous
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    lol

  26. anonymous
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    so u think it's 14.21?

  27. anonymous
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    percent

  28. anonymous
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    it was right!

  29. anonymous
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    thank you soooo much!

  30. anonymous
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    yay!

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