Mathematics

Question

There are fifteen mice in a cage. Eleven are white and four are white with brown patches. If you were to choose one mouse at random, what is the probability that the mouse you choose will be white?
There are fifteen mice in a cage. Eleven are white and four are white with brown patches. If you were to choose one mouse at random, what is the probability tha

1 Answer

  • it's definently A or B because since there are 15 white mice there is more white mice then the other spotted mice
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