# Algebra

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I cooler at a soccer game holds 10 apple juices and 10 orange juices if the first player chooses a juice and drinks it then the second player chooses a juice what is the probability that both players would choose orange juice

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the probability is 2/20

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disagree.

if the first chooses orange juice, then the second can only choose from the remaining 9 oranges out of the remaining 19
so prob(both have orange) = (10/20)(9/19) = 9/38

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