Question 19 of 20A jar of 150 jelly beans contains 22 red jelly beans, 38 yellow, 20 green, 28 purple, 26blue, and the rest are orange.Let B = the event of getting a blue jelly beanLet G = the event of getting a green jelly bean.Let O = the event of getting an orange jelly bean.Let P = the event of getting a purple jelly bean.Let R = the event of getting a red jelly bean.Let Y = the event of getting a yellow jelly bean.Find P(R)•A. 0.15•B. 0.12•C. 0.11•D. 0.13Answer Key:A

Feedback:22/150Question 20 of 20If two events are independent, what is the probability that they both occur?

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