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If a jellybean is chosen at random from a jar containing 3 blue jellybeans, 8 red jellybeans and 13 green jellybeans, then the probability that the jellybean chosen is red is:
a) 1/2.
b) 1/3.
c) 1/7.
d) 1/8.
e) 13/24.

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  1. What is the total number of jellybeans?
    How many of those are red?
    reduce that fraction to lowest terms

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