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A bag containing M&M'S contains 23 red, 54 brown, 15 yellow, and 9 orange candies. What is the probability of getting a yellow or orange M&M'S?

my answer: 24/101 probability

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  1. Yes, 24/101

  2. A bag containing 100 M&M’s contains 23 red, 54 brown, 15 yellow, and 8 orange candies. What is the probability of getting a yellow M&M? *

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