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a carnival has a duck pond booth. You choose a rubber duck at random,7 ducks marked as large-prize winners, 9 ducks marked as medium prize winners, and 26 ducks marked as small prize winners. What is the theoretical probability of winning a small prize at the duck pond. Express answer as a decimal.

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    26/(7+9+26) = ?

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