Math Plz Explain

A basket contains the following pieces of fruit: 3 apples, 2 oranges, 2 bananas, 2 pears, and 5 peaches. Jameson picks a fruit at random and does not replace it. Then Brittany picks a fruit at random. What is the probability that Jameson gets a banana and Brittany gets a pear?

A. 4/27
B. 1/49
C. 2/91
D. 27/91***

This question is pissing me off .-.

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  1. 2 bananas. 14 fruits in all. The probability of Jameson getting a banana is 2/14. If he does not replace it, there will be 13 fruits in all.

    2 pears. 13 fruits in all. The probability of Brittany getting a pear is 2/13. Now, add them together and you get 27/91.

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  2. So I was correct?

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  3. Thanks for your help anyways :P

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  4. My mistake. You multiply them, not add them. The answer would be C.

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  5. Oh ok

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  6. I am so sorry. It has been a while since I have worked with probability. I made the mistake of double checking after I told you how to do it. I have moments sometimes.

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  7. It's fine :3

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  8. I agree it is C or the 3rd answer.

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  9. The whole test is

    C
    D
    D
    D
    A
    C
    A
    E
    A
    C
    D
    B
    B
    A
    B
    D
    A
    B

    100%

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  10. hey can you post the actual answers not the letters

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  11. ALL of those answers are completely wrong!!!!

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  12. we each have different questions, so stop asking for all the answers, just search each one individually.

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  13. God help us. This the future of our country and you hippies are to lazy to post the actual answers instead of just the letters lololololol welp were all gunna die apparently

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  14. The questions for the test change every month, some questions are still the same but not all just an fyi!!

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  15. @Okie dokiefy says you, your literally cheating

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  16. @liz so r u smh

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  17. this test is hard

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  18. All the while of preaching not to cheat you all are on this site, no? Your hypocrisy is and so farfetched it's comedic. Get yourself in check before you do the same to anyone else.

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  19. “you hippies” you say it like that’s a insult? and “God” didn’t help us during corona,slavery,the holocaust. what makes u think he’ll help us now 😭 ik for a fact ur a trumpie

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  20. GEOM B U9 L2 Semester Exam

    1. D, 15° and 75°

    2. B, 40

    3. B, 10

    4. B, 52 ft.

    5. B, DGH ~ DFE; SAS ~

    6. A, AA Postulate

    7. A, 24

    8. C, 6√2 miles; 6√11 miles

    9. A, x = 10

    10. B, no

    11. C, obtuse

    12. C, 17√2 ft

    13. D, 21/2 + 7/2√3

    14. D, 86.19°

    15. C, sin A = 21/29, cos A = 20/29

    16. B, 2.1 mi

    17. A, about 29 miles at 25° south of west

    18. C

    19. B, P'(-8, -1), Q'(-6, 8), R'(4, 3)

    20. D, 288°

    21. D, 2

    22. B, X

    23. B, enlargement; 2

    24. B, glide reflection; translate 8 units to the right then reflect across the line y = 4

    25. C, 812 in²

    26. B, 25,7 ft

    27. A, 70cm²

    28. 40.8 ft²

    29. A, 585 in²

    30. A, 8,000

    31. B, 40π in.

    32. C, 45π m

    33. D, 4.2025π m²

    34. B, 51.8 in.²

    35. A, 30

    36. A, 472 m²; 486 m²

    37. B, 308π in.²

    38. C, 57 ft²

    39. A, 1,802 m²

    40. B, 1:4

    41. B, 1,472.6 in.³

    42. A, 143.2 ft²

    43. C, 1,344.8 m²

    44. D, 7:18

    45. C, 68

    46. B, 60

    47. C, 47°

    48. A, 44°

    49. A, 34°

    50. A, (x + 3)² + (y - 2)² = 9

    51. C, (x - 2)² + (y + 5)² = 241

    52. C, 6:5

    53. C, 2/91

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  21. Yup completely different

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  22. what is dis madness...53 QUESTION!? mine is only 13. U people in America are insane, eh??

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  23. Ok, idk if this will be correct for EVERYONE, but these are the correct answers for the texas connections academy probability unit test part 1 as of 12:06 PM on Monday, May 16, 2022.

    1. experimental; the result is found by repeating an experiment.
    2. theoretical; the result is based on the number of possible outcomes.
    3. 43/150 ; 1/6
    4. 6/11
    5. 6:5
    6. 3/52
    7. 48/1369
    8. 40/117
    9. 1/12
    10. 1/12 (no this is not a typo, the answers for 9 and 10 are both 1/12)
    11. 2/91
    12. 30
    13. 1/256
    14. 6
    15. 5,040
    16. 455
    17. 24 ways
    18. 10 ways

    I'm sorry if these answers aren't right for you. Connexus is and changes the answers to tests a lot, but these are the answers that it said were correct for me. you'll probably have a better chance of getting a good grade with these answers if you're seeing this close to the date that I posted it and if you're doing the Texas Connections Academy. Please don't get mad if they're not right for you, I'm just trying to help :)

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  24. it censored the word ???

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  25. sorry i was trying to say connexus is S T U P I D but it censored it for whatever reason

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  26. Failing my connexus classes are right thank you

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  27. you guys are mad for this, can't even put a right answer, the right answer is 27/91

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