# Help with easy probability question. Please explain how you got answer

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A carnival game has two boxes with an undetermined number of chips in each. All the chips are numbered either 1, 2, or 3. A chip is randomly selected from each box to form a two-digit number. The following probabilities (P) are possible: P(drawing 11) = 1/6 P(drawing 22) = 1/24 P(drawing 33) = 1/8
What is the probability of drawing a number greater than 22?

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