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There is a stack of 8 cards from 1-8 suppose we select a card randomly from the stack, replace it, then randomly select another card What is the probability the first card is a even number and the second card is greater than 6 write answer in simplest from

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1. The first possibility :
First : 8 = > 1
Monday : 7 = > 1
Total 1 case
The second possibility
First : 2,4,6
Second: 7.8
Total : 3x2 = 6 case
Overall both cases = 7
Probability : 7 / ( 8C2 ) = 0.25 - > 25 %

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