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# A jar contains two red marbles, three blue marbles, and four

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08 Sep 2008, 13:57
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A jar contains two red marbles, three blue marbles, and four green
marbles. Niki draws one marble from the jar, and then Tom draws a
marble from those remaining. What is the probablity that Niki draws a
green marble and Tom draws a blue marble? Express your answer as a
common fraction. (http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/56491.html)
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08 Sep 2008, 14:14
(Green/Total)(Blue/Total-1) = (4/9)(3/8) = 1/3*2 = 1/6
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08 Sep 2008, 14:41
Thank you asdert. How does this account for the possibility that Niki may or may not have picked a green marble?
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