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# A box contains only b black tokens, w white tokens, and g green tokens

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A box contains only b black tokens, w white tokens, and g green tokens.
If one token is randomly drawn from the box, is the probability that the drawn token will be green greater than the probability that the drawn token will be white?

(1) g(b+g) > w(b+w)
(2) b>w+g
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17 Oct 2018, 02:15
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A box contains only b black tokens, w white tokens, and g green tokens.
If one token is randomly drawn from the box, is the probability that the drawn token will be green greater than the probability that the drawn token will be white?

(1) g(b+g) > w(b+w)
(2) b>w+g

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