Question

Suppose you have a bag with the following marbles: four (4) red, six (6) pink, two (2) green, and seven (7) blue. Write any probability as a decimal to three place values and the odds using a colon. Determine the following:

a. The odds against pulling out a pink marble is

b.. The probability for pulling out a green or blue marble is

c. The odds of pulling out either a green or red marble is

Answer #1

Here the total number of marbles of different colour is 19.

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