A bag contains red and blue marbles, such that the probability of drawing a blue marble is 3/8. An experiment consists of drawing a marble, replacing it, and drawing another marble. The two draws are independent. What is the probability that both of the marbles drawn are blue?
Answer:9/64Step-by-step explanation:The probability that the marble on the first draw is blue is 3/8.The probability that the marble on the second draw is blue is also 3/8.So the probability that both are blue is:3/8 × 3/8 = 9/64 ≈ 14%