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In a tub there are 80 counters which are either red, green or blue. If there are 38 red counters and 24 blue counters, what is the probability of picking a green counter?
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In a tub there are 80 counters which are either red, green or blue. If there are 38 red counters and 24 blue counters, what is the probability of picking a green counter?
I would start by working out how many green counters there are, based on the information given.
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