Q: Is pulling marbles out of a bag experimental probability?

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Total number of marbles in the bag = 6 + 19 + 5 + 19 + 17 = 66Number of yellow ones = 19If drawing perfectly randomly, then the probability of pulling a yellow one = 19/66 = 28.8% (rounded)

If you pull 35 marbles without replacement, the answer is 1: the event is a certainty. If you pull only one marble, at random, the probability is 16/50 = 8/25.

Number of possibilities for one category / Total of all possibilities. For example, if I had a bag of marbles where there are three white marbles and two black marbles. The probability of pulling out a white marble is how many white marbles are in the bag which is: three. But the total of things you can draw out of the bag can either be one of the three white marbles or one of the two black marbles. 3 white marbles+ 2 Black marbles= five marbles. Possibility is 3/5 for drawing a white marble.

The probability is 0.3692

It depends on how many yellow-green marbles there are, and on how many total marbles there are. There is insufficient information in the question to answer it. Please restate the question, giving this other information.

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5/10

Total number of marbles in the bag = 6 + 19 + 5 + 19 + 17 = 66Number of yellow ones = 19If drawing perfectly randomly, then the probability of pulling a yellow one = 19/66 = 28.8% (rounded)

Probability = number_of_white_marbles / total_number_of_marbles = 10 / (4 + 6 + 4 + 10) = 10 / 24 = 5/12 ~= 0.42

If you pull 35 marbles without replacement, the answer is 1: the event is a certainty. If you pull only one marble, at random, the probability is 16/50 = 8/25.

Number of possibilities for one category / Total of all possibilities. For example, if I had a bag of marbles where there are three white marbles and two black marbles. The probability of pulling out a white marble is how many white marbles are in the bag which is: three. But the total of things you can draw out of the bag can either be one of the three white marbles or one of the two black marbles. 3 white marbles+ 2 Black marbles= five marbles. Possibility is 3/5 for drawing a white marble.

0No blue marbles in the bag.

The probability depends on the availability of marbles of those colours to the person making up the bag.

The probability is 0.3692

It depends on how many yellow-green marbles there are, and on how many total marbles there are. There is insufficient information in the question to answer it. Please restate the question, giving this other information.

3 in 10

The probability is 0.56