Lidia keeps eight cards with the picture of a tomato and four cards with the picture of a carrot on a table face down, so the pictures are hidden. She mixes up the cards then turns over one card and finds the picture of a carrot on it. She removes this card from the table and turns over another card.
What is the probability that the card Lidia turns over has a carrot on it?
fraction 3 over 12
fraction 3 over 11
fraction 7 over 12
fraction 7 over 11

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@mathstudent55 i need the answer please

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somenoe

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how many cards did she have to begin with total?

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12

- anonymous

its between a and c

- anonymous

right
then she takes one (a carrot) and puts it aside
how many total now?

- anonymous

11

- anonymous

right
of those 11, how many are carrots?

- anonymous

hmm idk

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i don't believe you

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how many carrots at the beginning?

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7 over 11??

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i am asking for a whole number
not a fraction
how many carrots at the beginning?

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it says right in the question first ilne

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Lidia keeps eight cards with the picture of a tomato and four cards with the picture of a carrot

- anonymous

oh oh 4

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right
now she takes one carrot card and puts it aside
how many carrot cards are left?

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3

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whew !

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there are 11 cards total, 3 have carrots
what is the probability the next one is a carrot?

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