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a bag contains 12 black checkers and 12 red checkers. What is the probability of choosing two red checkers?

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Yours in incomplete.
You don't say how many checkers are chosen. 
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P(R1)=12/24 (first red)
P(R2)=11/23 (second red)
P(2*R)=(12/24)*(11/23)=11/46 (both red)
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