## Deena has 4 pairs of of white socks , 3 pairs of black sock, 1 pair of red socks, and 2 pairs of Navy socks in her drawer each pair of socks

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Deena has 4 pairs of of white socks , 3 pairs of black sock, 1 pair of red socks, and 2 pairs of Navy socks in her drawer each pair of socks is folded together . If she pulls a pair of socks out of her drawer in the morning without looking what is the probability she will choose a pair of white socks

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Answer:

2/5

Explanation:

So the total pairs of socks she has is 10 pairs. So we are trying to find the white socks probability so you would do 4/10. This simplified is 2/5. So that’s how you do it.

Answer:2/5

Step-by-step explanation:Ok there are 4+3+1+2 pairs of socks in all… Aka 10 sock pairs in all.

There are 4 white pairs. So the probability she selects a white pair is 4/10.

4/10 can be reduced to 2/5.