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Fernando is going to draw a marble from the bag, replace it, and then draw another marble. What is the probability that Fernando will get a green or blue marble on the first draw and a pink on the second draw?

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  2. To determine this, you need to know the numbers of each color of marble that are in the bag.

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  3. Fernando is going to draw a marble from the bag, replace it, and then draw another marble. What is the probability that Fernando will get a green or blue marble on the first draw and a pink on the second draw?



    (3 green, 4 yellow, 5 blue, 8 pink)

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