## A box of granola bars contains 3 chocolate chip bars, 2 peanut butter bars, 1 lemon bar, and 4 raisin bars. Iesha will randomly select a gra

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A box of granola bars contains 3 chocolate chip bars, 2 peanut butter bars, 1 lemon bar, and 4 raisin bars. Iesha will randomly select a granola bar from the box and then select another bar. What is the probability that the first bar Iesha selects will be lemon and the second will be raisin?

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Answer:

2/45

Step-by-step explanation:

Note this selection is done without replacement hence after each selection sample size will reduce

Given data

Samples 3 chocolate chip bars,

2 peanut butter bars,

1 lemon bar, and

4 raisin bars

Sample size S= [3+2+1+4]= 10

Probability that first selection is lemon = 1/10

Probability that second selection is raisin = 4/9

Hence the probability that the first bar Iesha selects will be lemon and the second will be raisin= 1/10*4/9

= 4/90= 2/45