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you got a lot of work to do

oh nvm the first one is not that hard at all

what is the probably the first ball is red?

yeah I know. As you might expect my brain isn't functioning at its best right now but I am trying

@SataniCross idea is right, you number is wrong

that's what i thought

only the first number
you put \(\frac{3}{5}\) but it should be \(\frac{1}{5}\)

you got this? or you want to walk through it?

would 1 be 1/15?

\[\frac{1}{5}\times \frac{2}{6}\] yeah you are
n right

then for 2, Would it be (1/15)/(1/5)?

yes

:D thanks

yw
you did all the work

yeah but you helped with explaining the technique on the previous problem :D