# Probability Without Replacement

In this probability without replacement activity, students solve and complete 4 different sets of problems. First, they determine the probability of drawing a specific marble color from a jar. Then, students determine a card drawn at random from a deck. In addition, they determine the probability that a piece of mail is drawn at random from a stack.

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