On the plate are pies, identical in appearance: 4 with meat, 8 with cabbage and 3 with cherries. Jack randomly chooses one pie. Find the probability that the pie will have a cherry.

Gauge Odom 2022-09-12 Answered

On the plate are pies, identical in appearance: 4 with meat, 8 with cabbage and 3 with cherries. Jack randomly chooses one pie. Find the probability that the pie will have a cherry.

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Kendall Ponce
Answered 2022-09-13 Author has 18 answers
1) 4+8+3=15 pies in total
2) 1/15 - one pie, then 1/15 * 3=3/15 - pies with cherries.
3)3/15=1/5. 1:5=0.2.
4) 0.2*100=20%
Answer: The probability that the pie will be with cherries is 20%

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