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a bag contains 4 red chips, 2 blue chips and 5 green chips. A chip is randomly removed from the bag, and then without replacing the first chip, a second chip is removed. What is the probability that both of the chips selected from the bag were blue?

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  1. 2/11 for first blue chip and 1/10 for the second.

    To find probability both/all events would occur, multiply the individual probabilities.

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