Compound Probability (Changed 2-2-2022)

Use the different colored counters to find the probability.P(blue then yellow) replacing the 1st counterWithout(Don't simplify the fractions) Use the different colored counters to find the probability.P(blue then yellow) replacing the 1st counterWith(Don't simplify the fractions) Use the different colored counters to find the probability.P(blue then red) replacing the 1st counterWithout(Don't simplify the fractions) Use the different colored counters to find the probability.P(blue then red) replacing the 1st counterWith(Don't simplify the fractions) Use the different colored counters to find the probability.P(red then black) replacing the 1st counterWith(Don't simplify the fractions) Use the different colored counters to find the probability.P(red then black) replacing the 1st counterWithout(Don't simplify the fractions) Use the different colored counters to find the probability.P(red then yellow) replacing the 1st counterWithout (Don't simplify the fractions) Use the different colored counters to find the probability.P(red then yellow) replacing the 1st counterWith(Don't simplify the fractions) P(blue and even) = (Don't simplify the fractions) P(red and 3) =(Don't simplify the fractions) P(purple then 2) =(Don't simplify the fractions) |

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