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## There are 5 green skittles, 4 orange skittles, and 3 red Skittles in a bag. What is the probability of red Skittle, Not replacing it (eating

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There are 5 green skittles, 4 orange skittles, and 3 red Skittles in a bag. What is the probability of red Skittle, Not replacing it (eating it), then picking a green skittle?

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Answer:3/12

Step-by-step explanation:the entire bag has 12 skittles. there are only 3 red. This gives a fraction of red skittles/entire bag in order to get the probability. So this would be 3/12 in this most basic sense? I am not sure if you need to go further than this or not. Hope this helps!