Q: A bag contains 3 red marbles 5 blue marbles 8 yellow marbles and 4 black marbles what is the theoretical probability of randomly picking each color marble?

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

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Since the box contains 16 marbles, seven of them white, then the probability of drawing one white marble is 7/16. If you replace the marble and draw again, the probability of drawing another white marble is still 7/16. The net probability of drawing two white marbles, while replacing the first, is 49/256.

It is 0.2

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There are 8 marbles that aren't black, out of a total of 12 marbles, so the probability is 8/12 or 2/3.

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

it would be red because the probability is 5/9

The probability is 0.56

The probability is 0.3692

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

There is a probability of 3 that it will be blue.

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2/9

it is 6/9 simplifyyou get 2/3.

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