Gabriel has these cans of soup in his kitchen cabinet.

• 2 cans of tomato Soup
• 3 cans of chicken soup
• 2 cans of cheese soup
• 2 cans of potato soup
• 1 can of beef soup
Gabriel will randomly choose one can of soup. Then he will put it back and randomly choose another can of soup. What is the probability that he will choose a can of tomato soup and then a can of cheese soup.

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  1. The probability of getting a can of tomato soup is 2/10, cause there are 2 cans of tomato soup and 10 cans of soup in total. Probability of getting can of cheese is 2/10 as well. You multiply 2/10 with 2/10 to get the answer. When multiplying fractions, do numerator * numerator, and denominator * denominator.

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  2. Thank you .....
    Saved me some trouble :)

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