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If you pick a gumball at random, put it back, and then pick another gumball at random, what is the probability of picking a blue gumball then picking a yellow gumball?

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  1. We have to know how many gumballs there are and how many of each colour.

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    posted by Reiny
  2. this was a pretty crappy question

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