A cooler at a soccer game holds 10 apple juices and 10 orange juices. If the first player chooses a juice and drinks it, then the second player chooses a juice, what is the probability that both players would choose orange juice?

1 Answer
Apr 13, 2018

1/380 or .26% probability.


1/20 is the probability that the first juice is an orange juice. 1/19 is the probability that the sending juice will be orange juice because there’s only 19 juices left in the cooler. Multiply these together to get 1/380 as your probability. Or a .26% chance.