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if a jelly bean machine has 16 pink jelly beans, 34 blue jelly beans, 24 black jelly beans, and 26 purple jelly beans, what is the probability that a jelly bean chosen at random will be black?

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24/100 is equal to 24%

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 if a jelly bean machine has 16 pink jelly beans, 34 blue jelly beans, 24 black jelly beans, and 26 purple jelly beans, what is the probability that a jelly bean chosen at random will be black?

$$\small{\text{probability ~}} =
\dfrac{ 24 \text{ black} }
{
16 \small{\text{ pink } }
+ 34 \small{\text{ blue }}
+ 24 \small{\text{ black }}
+ 26 \small{\text{ purple }}
} = \small{\dfrac{24}{100}
= 0.24 = 24 \% }$$

 

heureka  Jul 13, 2015
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24/100 is equal to 24%

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6/25 -apex

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