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The letters in the word Paris are written on slips of paper and placed in a bag. Each letter will be put back after it is drawn. What is P(r, then vowel)?
A.1/5
B.2/5
C.3/5
D.2/25
I think it is D...?

  • Algebra -

    indepenent events
    pro( r then vowel)
    = (1/5)(2/5) = 2/25

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    Thank you...

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