# Statistics-Probability-Combinatorics-v2

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Probability based on combinations/ combinatorics

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A jar contains 5 red jelly beans, 9 yellow jelly beans, and 16 orange jelly beans.

Suppose that each jelly bean has an equal chance of being picked from the jar.

If two jelly beans are selected at random from the jar, what is the probability that neither is

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