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"There are 12 cherry, 7 sour apple, 13 grape, 5 blueberry, and 3 orange lolipops in a bag. A lolipop is chosen, it is replaced, and another is chosen. What is the probability of choosing two cherry lolipops"
- Compound probability
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the posibility would be 40%

Step-by-step explanation:

first you add all the flavors
12+7+13+5+3 = 40
then your gonna divide 40 by 100
40/100 = 0.4
after, to get the percentage you multiply by 100
0.4x100 =40
the answer would be 40%
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