A bag contains 5 cherry, 8 orange, 2 grape, 7 bubblegum, and 3 apple lollipops. What is the probability of choosing grape for y

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A bag contains 5 cherry, 8 orange, 2 grape, 7 bubblegum, and 3 apple
lollipops. What is the probability of choosing grape for your first lollipop
and orange for your second? (if you ARE replacing it) *
1/75
2/75
10/625
16/625

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    2021-08-28T18:21:35+00:00

    Answer:

    16/625

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Step one:

    sample space

    A bag contains

    5 cherry,

    8 orange,

    2 grape,

    7 bubblegum, and

    3 apple  lollipops.

    sample size= 5+8+2+7+3= 25

    Required:

    The probability of choosing grape for your first lollipop

    and orange for your second?

    1. The probability of choosing the grapes lollipops

    =2/25

    2. the probability of choosing the orange  lollipops—-Note in the second choice the sample size will reduce because the first choice was done with out a replacement

    =8/24

    The total is

    2/25*8/25= 16/625

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