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Homework Help: Algebra

Posted by Bailey on Monday, June 2, 2008 at 9:27pm.

You have a very messy sock drawer with 3 blue socks, 5 black socks, and 1 white sock. You pick two socks from the drawer. You pick a second one without replacing the first one. Find each probability.

1) Probability of picking 2 blue socks

2) Probability of picking black than blue

I think I have to draw a certain number of blanks and then write in numbers and multiply... I am only uncertain as to what numbers I need to use..

Thanks for your help!

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