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15 July, 11:58

Ajar contains 12 red balls, 7 green balls, 10 white balls, and 7 yellow balls.

Two balls are chosen from the jar, with replacement. What is the

probability that both balls chosen are green? Is this a dependent or

independent event? *

A. Independent, 1/30

B. Dependent, 1/30

C. Independent, 49/1296

D. Dependent, 49/1296

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  1. 15 July, 13:36
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    C. Independent, 49/1296

    Step-by-step explanation:

    A jar contains 12 red balls, 7 green balls, 10 white balls, and 7 yellow balls.

    Total balls = 12+7+10+7

    Total balls = 36

    Two balls are chosen at random with replacement.

    The probability that the both balls are green = probability of the first ball to he green * probability of the second ball to be green

    The probability that the both balls are green = 7/36 * 7/36

    The probability that the both balls are green = 49/1296

    The probability that the both balls are green = 49/1296
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