### Home > MC1 > Chapter 10 > Lesson 10.1.1 > Problem 10-11

Imagine that you have a bag containing **explain** your reasoning.

With the information given, you can make a list of experimental probabilities.

That is, you can create probabilities based on collected data.

For instance, the experimental probability that you will pick a purple marble is

Can you find the remaining experimental probabilities?

Because the bag only holds

We can solve this probability using cross multiplication:

There are likely to be

Can you use the same strategy to make predictions for the numbers of orange, yellow, and green marbles?