# A flower vase has 5 white lilies, 4 pink roses, and 6 yellow carnations. One flower is chosen at random and given to a woman. Another flower is then chosen at random and given to a different woman. What is the probability that both flowers are pink roses?

2 months ago

## Solution 1

Guest #3671
2 months ago
Total flowers = 5 + 4 + 6 = 15
Pink roses = 4

P(two pink roses) = (4/15)(3/14) = 2/35

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