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# What is the probability of getting a red or a blue marble?

## What is the probability of getting a red or a blue marble?

The probability of drawing a red or blue marble is 18/35.

What is the theoretical probability of randomly drawing either a red marble or a blue marble?

Therefore the probability of drawing a red or blue marble is 52%.

What is the probability of drawing two blue marbles?

The chances of drawing a blue marble are 4/9. Therefore, the chance that both marbles drawn are blue is the chance that the first one is blue times the chance that the second one is blue. Remember, math is always trying to trick you.

### What is the theoretical probability of randomly drawing a red marble and then a green marble?

The probability of randomly drawing a red marble and then a green marble is 1/6 . The probability of not drawing a blue marble is 20%. The probability of drawing a green marble is the same as the probability of drawing either a red or a blue marble.

What is the probability of picking a green marble?

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The probability of selecting a green marble at random from a jar that contains only green, white and yellow marbles is 0.

What is the probability that the marble will be any one Colour?

HENCE, the probability of getting any one colour is 1.

## What is the probability of picking green marbles?

What is the likelihood of pulling out a red marble?

“❤Answer❤” There are 14 (4 red,10 green) marbles that are either red or green. = 0.274509803921569… or approximately a 27.5% probability of pulling out either a red or green marble from a bag of 51 marbles (in which 14 are red or green). Happy learning ✌!

What is the theoretical probability of randomly drawing a red marble?

The probability of getting red is 2/3.

### What is the experimental probability of drawing a red marble?

The experimental probability of drawing a red marble was 2 in 6.

What is the chance of picking red?

On the first, you have 10/16 chances to draw a red. Supposing this red is not replaced, the chance of drawing a second red will be 9/15; therefore, the probability of A is (10/16) * (9/15) = 0.375. Event B is translated into 2 events: Blue + (White or Red) or (White or Red) + Blue.

What is the chance of picking a red or green marble?

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The probability that the marble is either red or green is 0.8.