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Sammy likes to mix and match her 4 necklaces , 2 bracelets, and 3 hats. The colors are listed in the table. ON Monday, she randomly picks a bracelet, a necklace, and a hat. what is the probability of Sammy choosing a red necklace and a yellow bracelet.
A. 1/2

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    I do not see your table.
    However if there is just one of each color of each thing then
    1/4 * 1/2 = 1/8
    The hat could be any old color.

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