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A jar contains 3 blue marbles and 2 red marbles.

A marble is randomly selected from the jar and replaced, and then a second marble is chosen.

The probability that a blue marble was chosen both times is __%.

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9/25 or 36%

Step-by-step explanation:

The first time it is a probability of 3/5, and the second blue also has a prbability of 3/5. Multiply them together since it is an "and" situation, and you get 9/25. Or, in percentages, it is 60% * 60%, or 0.6 * 0.6, which is 36% or 0.36. Hope this helps!
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