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Clayton works at a coffee shop on weekends. Every now and then, a customer will order a hot tea and ask Clayton to surprise them with the flavor. The teas are categorized by flavor and caffeine level.

What is the probability that a randomly selected tea is caffeine-free and fruity?

Simplify any fractions.

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Recall the formula for probability: $$\text{succsess} \over \text{total outcomes}$$.

In this case, the successes are when it is caffeine-free and fruity, and the total outcomes are the sum of all the outcomes.

Can you take it from here?

Jun 30, 2022