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Jason and Jenny are out on a lunch date. Jason gives Jenny a bouquet that has 4 roses, 3 carnations, and 4 orchids. They decide that Jenny gets to choose their lunch order if the flower she randomly picks from the bouquet is a carnation or a rose. What is the probability that Jenny gets to choose lunch? 4/11 7/11 3/11 2/3

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  1. anonymous
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    @hartnn

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  3. anonymous
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    Are these ratios?

  4. anonymous
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    idk thats all the question says

  5. anonymous
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    okay well if jenny gets to choose lunch if she chooses a carnation or a rose. How many flowers are either a carnation or a rose?

  6. anonymous
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    23?

  7. anonymous
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    No.... if their are 4 roses and 3 carnations how many is that together?

  8. anonymous
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    my bad they are ratios so 4/11?

  9. anonymous
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    No but when you put the carnations and roses together you have 7 flowers that are either carnations or roses correct?

  10. anonymous
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    yes

  11. anonymous
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    So as you already said when you said 4/11 you were saying that their are 11 flowers in the whole bouquet.

  12. anonymous
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    so its 7/11

  13. anonymous
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    yes, that's what i would say is correct as long as you can't simplify it and from what i can tell you cant.

  14. anonymous
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    thankyou it was right

  15. anonymous
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    Your welcome glad I could help

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