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A packet of candy contains 5 red candies and 14 green candies.

2 candies are selected at random without replacement. What's the p...

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A packet of candy contains 5 red candies and 14 green candies.

2 candies are selected at random without replacement.
What's the probability that the 2 candies are of different colors?

Answer

5+14=19 Since you are going to pick 2 candies out of the package,your probability of the 2 candies being different colors are 2/19.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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