Thirty percent of the beads in a bag are blue. One bead is randomly chosen and replaced. Then a second bead is chosen. What is the probability that neither is blue?


  1. Answer:
    Answer: 12%
    Step-by-step explanation:
    To find the probability of picking not only a sphere but one that is blue as well, you need to multiply the probabilities of both events because this would show the probability of getting the second event if the first is gotten:
    = Probability of sphere * Probability that sphere is blue
    = 40% * 30%
    = 12%
    Step-by-step explanation: i think im right


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