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Jake reaches into a drawer to pull out a shirt and a pair of pants. Jake has three pairs of pants. One of them is baggy. Jake has four shirts. Two of them are T-shirts. What is the probability that Jake will pull out a T-shirt and a pair of baggy pants? Assume that each item of clothing has an equal chance of being selected.

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P  = (1/3) ( 2/4)   = 2/12  = 1/6

 

 

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CPhill  Feb 13, 2017

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