PLZ HELP!!!!!!!!!!! A drawer of loose socks contains 2 red socks, 2 green socks, and 6 white socks. Which best describes how to

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A drawer of loose socks contains 2 red socks, 2 green socks, and 6 white socks. Which best describes how to determine the probability of pulling out a white sock, not replacing it, and pulling out another white sock?
The probability that the first sock is white is (StartFraction 6 over 10 EndFraction) and that the second sock is white is (StartFraction 6 over 10 EndFraction), so the probability of choosing a pair of white socks is StartFraction 36 over 100 EndFraction = StartFraction 18 over 50 EndFraction.
The probability that the first sock is white is (StartFraction 1 over 10 EndFraction) and that the second sock is white is (StartFraction 1 over 10 EndFraction), so the probability of choosing a pair of white socks is StartFraction 1 over 100 EndFraction.
The probability that the first sock is white is (StartFraction 6 over 10 EndFraction) and that the second sock is white is (StartFraction 5 over 9 EndFraction), so the probability of choosing a pair of white socks is StartFraction 30 over 90 EndFraction = one-third.
The probability that the first sock is white is (StartFraction 1 over 10 EndFraction) and that the second sock is white is (StartFraction 1 over 9 EndFraction), so the probability of choosing a pair of white socks is StartFraction 1 over 90 EndFraction.

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Jade 1 week 2021-09-09T16:30:53+00:00 2 Answers 0

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    2021-09-09T16:32:14+00:00

    Answer:

    Probability of pulling out a white sock = 6/10.

    Probability of pulling out another white sock = 5/9.

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    2021-09-09T16:32:29+00:00

    Answer:

    Its C checked it on edgunity

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