Q: If there are 9 oranges plus 5 apples plus 3 kiwis in a bag equals what probability for getting 1 kiwi from the bag.?

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Oranges cost 6 cents each. Apples cost 10 cents each.

Solve the problem by treating it as a simultaneous equation question which works out as: Apples: 0.20 each Oranges: 0.10 each

a and b both have the probability of 3/4

The probability is 0.664

Impossible

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Oranges cost 6 cents each. Apples cost 10 cents each.

Solve the problem by treating it as a simultaneous equation question which works out as: Apples: 0.20 each Oranges: 0.10 each

Treat it as a simultaneous equation and it works out as: Oranges = 0.10 each Apples = 0.20 each

This is like asking how many apples equals oranges, because cm are length and ml are volume.

A "score" of anything is twenty of that thing. So a score of oranges equals twenty oranges.

The probability of each coin flip, independently, is 0.5 or 50%. The probability of getting one result (either heads or tails) four times in a row is 0.5 to the fourth power or 0.0625, which equals 6.25%

a and b both have the probability of 3/4

The probability that an event will occur plus the probability that it will not occur equals 1.

It does not matter.

The probability is 0.664

about 8 large apples-- 16 medium

Probability equals favorable outcomes divided by total number of outcomes.