If a gumball is randomly chosen from a bag that contains exactly 6 yellow gumballs, 5 green gumballs, and 4 red gumballs, what is the probability that the gumball chosen is not green?
A.) 2/3 B.) 1/3 C.) 2/5 D.) 3/5 E.) 4/15
number of successes
————————————— = probability number of possibilities 6 yellow + 5 green + 4 red = 15 total gumballs {number of possibilities} 6 yellow + 4 red = 10 not green {number of successes} 10 —— = probability of not green {took number of successes over number of possibilities} 15 P(not green) = 2/3 {reduced} Ask Algebra House Comments are closed.

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