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Jorge put colored cards into a bag. Two of the cards were green, three were red, one was orange, two were blue, and two were purple. Jorge wants to find the probability that he will pull an orange card from the bag. What step does Jorge take to determine the number of possible outcomes?

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    Jorge would simply do
    prob( orange) = 1/10

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