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Q: If a box contains one red ball and one blue ball and two people touch one ball randomly with a one in two chance of picking either what is the chance of the blue ball being picked twice?

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There are 2 red queens, assuming a randomly shuffled deck the chances of any one card being selected is 1 in 52, therefore the chance of either of the red queens being selected is 2 in 52. This is normally shown as 1 in 26.

The answer depends on how many marbles are picked and on whether or not they are returned to the jar before picking the next one. Since you have not bothered to provide any information on either of these aspects, I cannot provide a more useful answer.

In a normal deck of cards, it is 1.

On one random draw, the probability is 2/13.

The answer would be 25%.

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There are 2 red queens, assuming a randomly shuffled deck the chances of any one card being selected is 1 in 52, therefore the chance of either of the red queens being selected is 2 in 52. This is normally shown as 1 in 26.

The answer depends on how many marbles are picked and on whether or not they are returned to the jar before picking the next one. Since you have not bothered to provide any information on either of these aspects, I cannot provide a more useful answer.

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The puppy is either frightened or not used to you picking her up.

In a normal deck of cards, it is 1.

You want "Either of X and Y." X and Y are a set, and you are picking one out of the set.

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