QUESTION 4 There are 39 chocolates in a box, all identically shaped. There 16 are filled with nuts, 13 with caramel, and 10 are

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QUESTION 4

There are 39 chocolates in a box, all identically shaped. There 16 are filled with nuts, 13 with caramel, and 10 are solid

chocolate. You randomly select one piece, eat it, and then select a second piece. Find the probability of selecting a nut

chocolate followed by a caramel chocolate.

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    Answer:

    The probability of selecting nut chocolate followed by a caramel chocolate is

    =(15/38)(13/39)

    =15/144

    =.1315

    Step-by-step explanation

    The probability of selecting first piece as a nut chocolate is

    Nut chocolate = 16

    total chocolates = 39

    probability of  nut chocolate=16/39

    The probability of selecting first piece as a nut chocolate is 15 out of 38

    =15/ 38

    probability of caramel chocolate = 13/39

    then 15/38 th time you select a nut chocolate by caramel

    So

    =(15/38)(13/39)

    =15/144

    =.1315

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