Q: Why are marbles different colors?

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There are a few possibilities. You could be talking about the "shooter" which is usually larger then the target marbles. Additionally, there are large marbles made for many different games such as "bowls", "carpet-bowls", and "carpet-balls."

10 Green marbles, 13 Blue marbles.

A:This doesn't seem like a math question. The obvious answer is to play the game of marbles with them. When I was a boy, this was a popular game for kids. The idea is that one marble is designated as the shooter . The other marbles are placed in a ring drawn in the dirt.You place the shooter in one hand and using your thumb, shoot it at one of the marbles in the ring , trying to knock it out of the ring. if you succeed, you get a point and another shot. If you " play for keeps" each players puts a certain number of his marbles in the ring and you get to keep the marbles you knock out.There is common board game called Chinese checkers that uses marbles for men. The board has holes in it to hold the marbles.A:As far as marbles and math go, a bag containing various colored marbles is often used to demonstrate probable outcomes. For example, if a bag contains 3 blue marbles, 3 red marbles, and 1 yellow marble, what is the probability that the first two marbles pulled will be of different colors?(In this example, the odds are 5 out of 7, or about 71%. If either a red or blue marble is pulled first, which will each happen 3/7 of the time, there would be four out of six marbles left whose color doesn't match. If the yellow marble is pulled, which will happen 1/7 of the time, the next marble is guaranteed to not match.)

24 red marbles

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Marbles is one of the first games ever played. There are different rules in different parts of the world, but in general people try to roll or throw their marbles to knock other marbles out of place.

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If the marbles are identical, the volume is the same. If you want, you can use different units and it looks like the volume is different.

The answer depends on the probability of WHICH event you want to find!

Want to find out the value of your marbles? There are plenty of web information about all types of old marbles, especially in the Antique Marble and Price Guide, which also has information about the different companies that made marbles, and how they did it. I also found a website with instructions on making marbles. Antique Marble and Price GuideJanes Marble CollectionAntique Marbles CollectionCollectable Marbles * http://gometaldetecting.com/collectible_marbles.htm

Sonya has no red blue marbles. All she has are 24 blue, 18 red and 12 green.

Marbles come in many different sizes. They range from about 0.65 cm in radius for normal marbles to 1.27 cm radius for shooters.

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