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posted by Christ B .
A bag of hard candy contains 8 cherry candies, 6 grape candies, 7 pineapple candies, and 4 lime candies. Juan takes one candy from the bag without looking. What is the probability that he chooses a cherry candy?

8/(8+6+7+4) = ?

i don't know

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