# Math

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If Sarah selects a shirt, without looking, from the ones below, what is the probability she will pick a gray shirt or white shirt?

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1/2, because she is not looking but if she knows where each shirt is and she wants a gray shirt then it is a 50% chance she will pick the gray shirt!

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