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What is the independent and dependent event for pulling two marbles out of a bag?

The first marble is the independent event because its probability is only based on the sample space of the bag. The second marble is the dependent event because its probability is based on the sample space of the bag which has now been changed by the first marble.


How is selecting one marble from each of 2 bags and tossing 2 coins similar?

It is not. There are only two possible outcomes for each toss of a coin whereas the number of possible outcomes when selecting a marble from a bag will depend on the numbers of distinct marbles in each bag. The coin toss generates a binomial distribution the marbles experiment is multinomial.


A bag contains 6 red marbles 7 blue marbles and 6 green marbles If one marble is randomly picked from the bag what is the probability that this is a blue marble?

There would be a 7/19 or 36.84% chance of drawing a blue marble from the bag.


What is the probability of pulling a green or yellow marble from the bag?

It depends on whether their is those colors of marbles in the bag, and how many of each, and if so you have to put it into ratios or percents and the one with the larger number is the one with the greater chance... sincerely, Grade 8 Student....in Canada


What is the probability of pulling a yellow-green marble out of the bag?

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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What is the independent and dependent event for pulling two marbles out of a bag?

The first marble is the independent event because its probability is only based on the sample space of the bag. The second marble is the dependent event because its probability is based on the sample space of the bag which has now been changed by the first marble.


Sue has a bag with 14 green cubes Is pulling a green cube from the bag a certain outcome?

well sort of you see if she only has green cubes then it is impossible for her to pick blue. so the outcome is 14 out of 14.


A bag with 5 red marbles and 5 white marbles if you pull one marble from the bag how many possible outcomes are there?

Two.


In a bag there are 4 red marbles 5 white marbles and 6 blue marbles once a marble is selected it is not replaced what are the odds of pulling a red marble than a white marble?

The odds of pulling a red marble on the first try is 4/15 or about .27 and the probability of drawing a white marble the second time if a the first is a red marble is 5/14 or about .36. the odds of both happening is the product of the probabilities of the other events, or 2/21.


How likely are you to pull a red or yellow marble out of a bag of 3 green 8 red 8 yellow and 3 black marbles?

The probability of pulling a red or yellow marble out of a bag of 3 green 8 red 8 yellow and 3 black marbles is 16 out of 22, or about 0.73.


There are 9 jelly beans in a bag Of those jellybeans 5 are grape and 4 are cinnamon Which is NOT a possible outcome of selecting 5 jellybeans from the bag?

cinnamon!!!


A bag contains 4red marbles 2 white marbles a marble is selected kept out the bag and then another marble is selected what is the probability of selecting a red marble and then white marble?

2/6


Suppose there are three white marbles and three black marbles in a bag and you want to remove two marbles What is the probability that you will select a white marble and then a black marble Express?

3/6 * 3/5 = 6/30 or 1/5 so you have a 20% chance of pulling a white and then black marble.


How do you find the denominator of the fraction when finding probabilites?

The numerator is the number of possible successful outcomes. The denominator is the total number of possible outcomes, successful or not . . . 2 for a coin toss, 36 for a pair of dice, 46 for pulling one marble out of a bag with 46 marbles in it, 29 for naming one date in a leap February, etc.


What is the sample space of 2 red and 5 yellow marbles?

The sample space of an experiment would be the set of all possible outcomes. If you are reaching your hand into a bag and pulling out a marble at random, the outcomes will either be (red)(red)(yellow)(yellow)(yellow)(yellow)(yellow). This gives seven different options. This will obviously change each time a marble is removed or added.


How is selecting one marble from each of 2 bags and tossing 2 coins similar?

It is not. There are only two possible outcomes for each toss of a coin whereas the number of possible outcomes when selecting a marble from a bag will depend on the numbers of distinct marbles in each bag. The coin toss generates a binomial distribution the marbles experiment is multinomial.


If a bag contains 4 green marbles an 4 yellow marbles 5 white marbles what would be more likely to pull a red marble or a white marble from the bag?

You would be more likely to pull out a white marble as there are no red marbles in the bag.

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