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Lesson 1-3 Example 2 1-3 Example 2 A drawer of socks contains 6 pairs of white socks, 6 pairs of blue socks, and 3 pairs of black socks. What is the probability of choosing a pair of black or blue socks if you take 1 pair from the drawer without looking? 1.How many pairs of socks are blue or black? 9

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Lesson 1-3 Example 2 1-3 Example 2 A drawer of socks contains 6 pairs of white socks, 6 pairs of blue socks, and 3 pairs of black socks. What is the probability of choosing a pair of black or blue socks if you take 1 pair from the drawer without looking? 2.How many pairs of socks are in the drawer in all? 15

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Lesson 1-3 Example 2 1-3 Example 2 A drawer of socks contains 6 pairs of white socks, 6 pairs of blue socks, and 3 pairs of black socks. What is the probability of choosing a pair of black or blue socks if you take 1 pair from the drawer without looking? 3.Write a ratio for the P(black or blue).

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Lesson 1-3 Example 2 1-3 Example 2 A drawer of socks contains 6 pairs of white socks, 6 pairs of blue socks, and 3 pairs of black socks. What is the probability of choosing a pair of black or blue socks if you take 1 pair from the drawer without looking? 4.Write the fraction in simplest form.

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Lesson 1-3 Example 2 1-3 Example 2 A drawer of socks contains 6 pairs of white socks, 6 pairs of blue socks, and 3 pairs of black socks. What is the probability of choosing a pair of black or blue socks if you take 1 pair from the drawer without looking? 5.When you take a pair of socks without looking, the probability the socks will be blue or black is three-fifths.

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