Question

Two test parts are mixed in with a box of 25 good parts. Probability of randomly selecting one of the test parts is?

Step 1

We have given a box of 25 good parts.

Two test parts mixed with 25 good parts inside the box

So,

Total number of parts in the box = 27

Number of test parts = 2

Step 2

We need to find the probability of randomly selecting one of the test parts:

Probability, P(Selecting a test pa...

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