A hotel has 2 rooms by the seashore and 4 rooms by the golf course vacant. If you check in, what are the chances you'll get a room by the seashore?
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Angelita has some marbles in two bags. In one bag she has 3 orange, 3 black and 3 yellow marbles. In the other bag she has 3 orange, 4 black and 5 yellow marbles. If Angelita takes one marble out of each bag, how likely is it that neither one is orange?
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In the morning Angelita goes fishing at Wide Pond, and in the afternoon at Shallow Pond. The fish in Wide Pond are 1 carp and 2 sunfish, and in Shallow Pond they are 2 carp and 6 sunfish. If Angelita catches one fish in each pond, how likely is it that both are the same kind of fish?
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On Monday and Wednesday night, Mrs. Miller went to bed listening to her favorite music CD. The CD contains music from 2 different composers: 4 tracks are Scarlatti and 4 tracks are Debussy. Her stereo is programmed to play the tracks in a random order. How likely is it that on both nights the last track played was Scarlatti?
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Alejandro has some candies in his pockets. In his left pocket he has 1 chocolate and 4 lollipops. In his right pocket he has 3 chocolates and 1 lollipop. If Alejandro takes one candy out of each pocket, what is the probability that at least one of the candies is a chocolate?
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