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Karen Berry, in any case organizer and co-founder of the Great Big Home and Leisure Show, held twice a year in Charles County, already plans to husband with Beauchamp in organizing a health fair, tentatively scheduled for either the last week in February or

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Celeb health fair ideas?

I am in grade 7 and my grade is doing a health fair. We have to picka disability or illness that a celeb has. I was thinking of doing diabetes and how it may not be life treatening but its tough to live with. For my celeb I was thinking of doing Nick

I think doing Nick would be a fantastic idea! I really don't know any other celebs with a disability, so Nick would be fantastic!! Putting his speech there would be great too!!

hmm. actually, it can be life threatening...

(and I can't resist...) who is nick jonas?.....

(hey, I'm 52. If I knew who he was, THAT would be weird...)


What is the probability of this occurring given this?

Please help and show work if possible! Thanks!

Find the conditional probability of the indicated event when two fair dice (one red and one green) are rolled. HINT [See Example 1.]
The sum is 3, given that the green one is either

You can post it in the Mathematics section for more answers

1. 1/6

2. (2/12)*(1/11) = 1/66

3. 0.5^11 = 1/2048

4. 0.52 / 0.83 = 0.6265

And that's all i feel like doing for now.