There are two jars. One jar contains 2 red gum balls, 3 green gum balls, and 1 yellow gumball. the other jar contains 2 blue balloons and 3 purple balloons. Jeff randomly draws one gumball and then balloon. what is the probability that he will draw a green gumball and a blue balloon?

A.1/15

B.2/15

C.1/5

D.3/10

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    There are 3 green gumballs out of 6 in total. So, the odds of Jeff pulling out a green gum ball is 3/6, or 1/2.

    There are 2 blue balloons out of 5 in total. So, the odds of Jeff pulling out a blue balloon is 2/5.

    Therefore, the combined odds of Jeff pulling out a green gum and a blue balloon is 1/2 multiplied by 2/5, which is 2/10, or 1/5, Making the answer C.

    TL;DR: The answer’s C.
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