Friday
April 18, 2014

Homework Help: math

Posted by Brandon on Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 7:15pm.

if you have a bag of chocolate candy, ten are red, 7 are brown, 12 are green, and 9 are blue, what is the probability of you picking a red candy given that you already picked a blue candy and have not replaced it?

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

math - peter bought a bag of candy. He gave away ten percent of the candy too ...
math. - A theater purchases $500 worth of Sticky Bears and chocolate bombs. Each...
Math Probability - a bag of hershey miniatures candies contain 18 milk ...
Math - Gayle had 5 1/3pounds of candy.She put 1 1/2 pounds of candy into each ...
Math - Gayle had 5 1/3pounds of candy.She put 1 1/2 pounds of candy into each ...
Math - A bag of hard candy contains 8 cherry candies, 6 grape candies, 7 ...
Math - There are 48 cookies and 60 pieces of candy. The teacher uses all of the ...
WRITING(CHOCOLATE BAR) - our goal is to pick a candy. My candy i picked was Mars...
math - Jamie and Bryce each have a bag of candy containing 40 gumballs that are ...
Math Help - Please break down and explain answer. Thank you: You make a bag of ...

Search
Members