MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# A bag contains 5 red marbles, 5 blue marbles, 6 green marbles, 8 purple marbles and 1 white marble. One is selected at random. Find the theoretical probability of each outcome. What’s the probability of pulling out a white marble? Express each theoretical probability as a fraction and as a percent

Accepted Solution

A:

the probability of selecting :

1- red marbles:

[tex] \frac{5}{25} \: \: or \: \: 20\%[/tex]

2- blue marbles

[tex] \frac{5}{25} \: \: or \: \: 20\%[/tex]

3- green marbles

[tex] \frac{6}{25} \: \: or \: \: 24\%[/tex]

4- purple marbles :

[tex] \frac{8}{25} \: \: or \: \: 32 \%[/tex]

5- white marbles

[tex] \frac{1}{25} \: \: or \: \: 4\%[/tex]

good luck

1- red marbles:

[tex] \frac{5}{25} \: \: or \: \: 20\%[/tex]

2- blue marbles

[tex] \frac{5}{25} \: \: or \: \: 20\%[/tex]

3- green marbles

[tex] \frac{6}{25} \: \: or \: \: 24\%[/tex]

4- purple marbles :

[tex] \frac{8}{25} \: \: or \: \: 32 \%[/tex]

5- white marbles

[tex] \frac{1}{25} \: \: or \: \: 4\%[/tex]

good luck