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He will have 13 blue marbles and 10 green marbles.

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Q: Jerry has a total of 23 marbles the marbles are either blue or green he has three more blue marbles than green marbles how many marbles does he have?

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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.

There are 286 possible sets of three, (any 3 from 13). There are 28 pairs of reds and 5 possible greens so probability is 5 x 28 ie 140 out of 286 which is just under half (0.4895).

Three sixteenths, or 19%.

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The probability for most of the same colours is most likely green. One of each can be one of each, but there is a small chance you will get more red and yellow than green.

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10 Green marbles, 13 Blue marbles.

a+b=23 b=a+3 a+b a+(a+3)=23 a+a=23-3 2a=20 a=10 green marbles=10 blue marbles =23-10 =13

Let X = the number of green marbles. X+3 = the number of blue marbles. X + (X+3) = 23 2X + 3 = 23 2X = 20 X = 10 or the number of green marbles.

He has 10 green marbles.

It is 1248/57120 = 13/595 = 0.0218 approx.

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.

There are 286 possible sets of three, (any 3 from 13). There are 28 pairs of reds and 5 possible greens so probability is 5 x 28 ie 140 out of 286 which is just under half (0.4895).

Three sixteenths, or 19%.

at least 39 blue marbles

3/16

11/16

It is 15/50 = 0.3

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