You have a bag of chocolate candy. Ten of them are red, 7 are brown, 12 are green, and 9 are blue. What is the probability that you pick a red candy, given that you have already picked a red candy and have not replaced it?
A)
10/37
B)
14/19
C)
5/19
D)
9/37
21)
Which expression is equivalent to m4/2r3/2 in simplified form?
A)
mr
B)
m2 r
C)
m4 r3
D)
m2 r r
22)
For the function f(x) = -2x2, if the domain is {-3, 0, 3}, find the range.
A)
{0, -36}
B)
{0, -18}
C)
{-18, 0, 18)
D)
{-36, 0, 36}
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