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If there are 100 marbles, 10 red, 20 white, 30 blue, and 40 green, and you were to choose only one out of a bag, what is the probability that it wouldn't be red, white, or blue?

The probability would be 40 out of 100 -- or 4 out of 10. What percentage is that?


40%

40%

I would agree since you do have more of the green is more likely that you would chose one.40%

40%

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    3/8m = 48

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