# Algebra

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A basket contains 5 green lollipops, 12 red lollipops, and 7 orange lollipops. When a lollipop is taken from the basket, it is not replaced. What is P(orange, then orange)?
A.42/576
B.42/552
C.7/24
D.14/48
Ithink it is C...?

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prob = (7/24)(6/23)
= 42/552
= 7/92

looks like B, but they should have reduced the fraction to lowest terms.

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thank you

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