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There are 6 batteries. Two are defective. If you pull out two batteries, what is the probability that neither are defective?

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4/6 X 3/5

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  1. Yes, 4/6 * 3/5 = ?

    Online "*" is used to indicate multiplication, because "x" might be confused with standing for an unknown.

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