# Math

Christopher mixes the letters s, e, l, e, c, t, e, and d thoroughly. without looking, allen draws one letter. expressed as a fraction, decimal, and percentage, what is the probability that allen will not select a consonant?

A. 3/8 , 0.375, 37.5%
B. 3/5 , 0.6, 60%
C. 5/8 , 0.625, 62.5% *
D. 1/2 , 0.5, 50%

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1. Yes, C is right.

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2. No its not

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3. it really isn't

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