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31 August, 11:08

There is a bag with only milk and dark chocolates.

The probability of randomly choosing a dark chocolate is

2/9.

There are 24 dark chocolates in the bag and each is equally likely to be chosen.

Work out how many milk chocolates there must be.

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  1. 31 August, 11:50
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    80 milk chocolates

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Probability of choosing a dark chocolate = number of dark

    chocolate/number of total

    chocolate

    But the probability of choosing dark chocolate = 2/9

    The number of dark chocolate = 24

    Total chocolate = number of dark

    chocolate/probability

    of choosing dark

    chocolate

    Total chocolate = 24 / (2/9)

    Total chocolate = (24*9) / 2

    Total chocolate = 108

    Number of milk chocolate = total - dark

    Number of milk chocolate

    = 108-28

    = 80
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