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A bag contains only green, red and blue beads.
Pierre takes a bead out of the bag at random.
The probability that the bead is green is double the probability that the bead is red.
The probability that the bead is blue is
1/3
Complete the table to show the smallest number of each bead that could be in the
bag.
Green
Red
Blue
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green = 1.5 blue = 1/3 red = 0.75

Step-by-step explanation:

- red 0.75 37.5 percent rb rg
- blue 0.3 repeating percent br bg
- green 1.50 percent gr gb
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