Mathematics
Mathematics, 22.04.2020 00:10, ahhhhhhhh5509

You have a jar of 14 marbles. 7 are red, 2
are blue, 3 are yellow and 2 are white. What
is the probability of selecting a marble that
is blue, NOT replacing it, then selecting a
white marble?
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