Posted by **unknown.gonegirl** on Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 10:45pm.

if you have 8 marbles in the bag (5 blue and 3 green) and you draw 2 with replacement, what is the theoretical probability that both marbles wil be green

how does the probability of getting two greens change if you are not replacing??

if you have 8 marbles in the bag (5 blue and 3 green) and you draw 2 without replacement, what is the theoretical probability that both marbles will be green

if you have 8 marbles in the bag (5 blue and 3 green) and you draw 2 with replacement, what is the theoretical probability that both marbles will be green

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