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Chen BoChen Bo Staff asked 6 years ago

A bag contains 10 white, 12 blue, 13 red, 7 yellow, and 8 green wooded balls. A ball is selected from the bag and kept. You then draw a second ball and keep it also. What is the probability of selecting one white ball and one blue ball? Round your answer to four decimal places.

A) 0.0090

B) 0.0490

C) 0.0480

D) 0.0088

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Selena TateSelena Tate Staff answered 6 years ago

A bag contains 10 white, 12 blue, 13 red, 7 yellow, and 8 green wooded balls. A ball is selected from the bag and kept. You then draw a second ball and keep it also. What is the probability of selecting one white ball and one blue ball? Round your answer to four decimal places.
Solution: 0.0490