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6 September, 17:10

Fred is preparing a summer reading list where he has to choose between 5 fiction books and 7 non-fiction books. He decides to choose randomly. Which statement explains how to find the probability that Fred will pick a non-fiction book? Why? Answer Choices The denominator represents the total number of books. The numerator represents the non-fiction books because that is the only type of book being considered. The denominator represents the total number of books. The numerator represents the number of fiction books because it is less likely that a fiction book will be picked. The denominator is the total number of books. The numerator is represented by the fiction books because that is the only type of book being considered. The denominator is the number of non-fiction books. The numerator is the total number of books because all of the books are being considered. Next Question

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  1. 6 September, 18:46
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    Fred is mixing up all the books. He currently has 5 Fiction and 7 NonFiction. After mixing, he picks up a few books. The most probability is that he will get a few nonfictions and a few fictions
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