Meg is giving balloons to some children at a carnival. She has 6 red balloons, 3 blue balloons, and 5 yellow balloons. If Meg selects a balloon randomly without looking, what is the probability that she will give a red balloon to the first child and then a yellow balloon to the second child?
6 over 14 plus 5 over 13 equal to 148 over 182
6 over 14 multiplied by 5 over 13 equal to 30 over 182
6 over 14 multiplied by 5 over 14 equal to 30 over 196
6 over 14 plus 5 over 14 equal to 11 over 14

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- Mehek14

how many red?

- anonymous

6

- Mehek14

total number of balloons?

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- anonymous

14

- Mehek14

so \(\dfrac{6}{14}\) of giving red to the first child

- Mehek14

how many yellow?

- anonymous

5 @Mehek14

- Mehek14

and if you already gave one balloon to the first child, the total is 1 less so 13

- Mehek14

\(\dfrac{5}{13}\)

- anonymous

so my answer would be B?

- Mehek14

yes

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thank you! :)

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anytime ^_^

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