MATH SOLVE

4 months ago

Q:
# A jar contains four blue marbles and two red marbles. suppose you choose a marble at random, and do not replace it. then you choose a second marble. find the probability of each event to the nearest tenth of a percent.a.the first marble is blue and the second is redb.both marbles are blue

Accepted Solution

A:

A) 26.7%

B) 40%

The probability of A is given by 4/6(2/5), since this is done without replacement; there are 4 blue marbles out of 6.Β When the first one is gone, there are 2 red out of 5 remaining.

The probability of B is given by 4/6(3/5), since this is done without replacement; there are 4 blue marbles out of 6.Β When the first one is gone, there are 2 blue out of 5 remaining.

B) 40%

The probability of A is given by 4/6(2/5), since this is done without replacement; there are 4 blue marbles out of 6.Β When the first one is gone, there are 2 red out of 5 remaining.

The probability of B is given by 4/6(3/5), since this is done without replacement; there are 4 blue marbles out of 6.Β When the first one is gone, there are 2 blue out of 5 remaining.