A jar contains 5 red jellybeans, 4 green jellybeans, and 3 yellow jellybeans. He

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A jar contains 5 red jellybeans, 4 green jellybeans, and 3 yellow jellybeans. He wants

    to eat one jellybean. Find the probability that he will eat a red jellybean.

 

P ( R) =

Sep 2nd, 2015

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Total number of jellybeans= 12

Hence probability of getting a red jellybean = P(R) = 5/12

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