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I have an eight pack of crayons. Colors red, green, blue, orange, black, gray, pink, and purple.

What is the probability of choosing the green crayon? 12.5 percent

What is the probability of choosing the red, blue, or gray crayon? 37.5 percent

What is the probability of not choosing the orange crayon? 87.5 percent

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