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 Jun 13, 2020
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The question is : There are only green pens and red pens in a box.There are more red pens than green pens.Sheila is going to take at random two pens.The probability that Sheila will take two pens of the same color is 17/35 work out the two different numbers of green pens that could be in the box.Your final line must be written inthe form, Threr could be ...or...green pens.In you working, let g stand for number of green pens. Write fractions in the form of a/b. Eg \(\frac{g}{2g+9}\) would be written as g/(2g+9)   

 Jun 13, 2020

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