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The table shows the socks that are in your sock drawer. You randomly choose one sock, put it on your left foot, then choose another.

 

 

(a) Find the probability of the compound event of choosing a black sock and then a yellow sock. (Enter your probability as a fraction.) 
 
= ____________


(b) Find the probability of the compound event of choosing a blue sock and then a yellow sock. (Enter your probability as a fraction.) 
 
= ____________ 


(c) Find the probability of the compound event of choosing a pair of blue socks. (Enter your probability as a fraction.) 
 

= ________________

 

I lnow all are The event is unlikely.  

 Oct 1, 2018
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a) \(p = \dfrac{8}{32}\dfrac{6}{31} = \dfrac{3}{62}\)

 

b) \(p = \dfrac{6}{32}\dfrac{6}{31}= \dfrac{36}{992} = \dfrac{9}{248}\)

 

c) \(p=\dfrac{6}{32}\dfrac{5}{31} = \dfrac{15}{496}\)

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 Oct 1, 2018

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