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1. What is the experimental probability that the next customer buys any red notebooks?

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Red
100 Pages 55 notebooks
150 Pages 60 notebooks
200 Pages 23notebooks

Green
100 pages 37 notebooks
150 pages 44 notebooks
200 pages 19 notebooks

Blue
100 pages 26 notebooks
150 pages 57 notebooks
200 pages 21 notebooks

Yellow
100 pages 12 notebooks
150 pages 27 notebooks
200 pages 19 notebooks

2. How many possible combined page count and color choices are possible? How does this number relate to the number of page size choices and to the number of color choices?

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  1. I don't get it

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  3. The answer is 60 over 400 (60/400) and when you simplify it, it's 3 over 20 divide that and you have 0.15 or 15%. It's very unlikely.

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