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A bag contains 13 dark chocolates, 16 white chocolates, and 11 milk chocolates. Maggie’s class teacher, Jill, is very strict, and the probability that she offers her students chocolates is 0.4. If Jill offers Maggie a chocolate from the bag, what is the probability that she randomly picks either a white chocolate or a milk chocolate? A. 11 10 B. 27 40 C. 4 7 D. 4 10 E. 13 40


You first have to add up the total of chocolates there are.


Then add the number of chocolates Maggie has a possibility of choosing. In this case is White and Milk chocolate. So you had those two up.

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