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anonymous
 one year ago
Elizabeth placed 26 plastic beads in a brown paper bag. She has 3 red, 4 yellow, 6 pink, 2 green, 1 purple, 8 orange, and 2 blue beads. If she randomly selects one bead from the bag, what is the theoretical probability that Elizabeth will select an orange bead? Write your answer in the form of a fraction in the simplest form.
Select the best answer from the choices provided.
1/6
2/13
4/13
8/26
anonymous
 one year ago
Elizabeth placed 26 plastic beads in a brown paper bag. She has 3 red, 4 yellow, 6 pink, 2 green, 1 purple, 8 orange, and 2 blue beads. If she randomly selects one bead from the bag, what is the theoretical probability that Elizabeth will select an orange bead? Write your answer in the form of a fraction in the simplest form. Select the best answer from the choices provided. 1/6 2/13 4/13 8/26

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0C; 4/13 because they want it to be simplified.
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