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Mike is giving roses to some children at a carnival. He has 7 red roses, 8 yellow roses, and 9 white roses. If Mike selects a rose randomly without looking, what is the probability that he will give a white rose to the first child and then a yellow rose to the second child

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  1. anonymous
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    9/24-8-23?

  2. anonymous
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    man you call for help and then you answer lol good one

  3. anonymous
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    you are correct

  4. anonymous
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    just wanted to make sure sure

  5. anonymous
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    yeah your good

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    thanks again

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