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posted by Kaleem

Heather has a bag with 16 red blocks, 11 blue blocks, 9 purple blocks, 15 green blocks, 8 yellow blocks, and 20 orange blocks. If she was to draw a block out of the bag, record the color and replace the block back in the bag, repeating 500 times, what would most likely be the probability of drawing a green block (round to the nearest hundredth)?

  1. Damon

    If you replace, then the drawings are independent.

    16 + 11 + 9 + 15 + 8 + 20 = sum

    green = 15

    so
    p(green) = 15/sum

  2. Anonymous

    yea

  3. coby

    79

  4. shay

    idk

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