## A box contains 25 crayons. There are 8 red crayons and 6 yellow crayons and the rest are blue crayons. Suppose an experiment inv

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A box contains 25 crayons. There are 8 red crayons and 6 yellow crayons and the rest are blue

crayons.

Suppose an experiment involves a person removing a crayon from the box.

What is the probability that the person removes a blue cravon?

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Answer:

44% probability of picking a blue crayon.

Step-by-step explanation:

there are 11/25 crayons that are blue. so x/100=11/25 and cross multiply. 11*100 is 1,100 then divide that by 25 which equals 44%

Answer:0.44

Step-by-step explanation:im pretty sure it is 0.44 because of the division.