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9-44.

Roger has a bag of marbles. There are $6$ red, $4$ blue, $3$ white, and $7$ green marbles in the bag. If he draws one marble and replaces it, find the following probabilities.

Find the number of specified marbles out of the entire set of marbles and write it as a fraction probability.

1. P(red)

1. P(not white or green)

$\frac{1}{2}$

1. P(blue or white)

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