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involving the selection of two apples from a bag of red and yellow apples without replacement. Assume that the bag has a total of 14 apples: 10 red and 4 yellow.(1) What is the probability that the second apple you pick is red? (2) What is the probability that you pick at least one red apple?

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involving the selection of two apples from a bag of red and yellow apples without replacement. Assume that the bag has a total of 14 apples: 10 red and 4 yellow.

(1) What is the probability that the second apple you pick is red? 

(2) What is the probability that you pick at least one red apple?

 

 

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Step 1

According to the given information:

Number of red balls=10

Number of yellow balls=4

Total number of balls = 14

Step 2

In part (1) it is needed to calculate the probability that the second apple picked is red:

So, outcomes for second apple is red are:

Outcome 1...

10 9
4 10
14 13
14 13
40
90
130
=0.714
182 182 182
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10 9 4 10 14 13 14 13 40 90 130 =0.714 182 182 182

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