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A crayon is selected at random from a box containing 7 black crayons, 14 green crayons, and 21 red crayons. What is the probability that the crayon selected is green?

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A crayon is selected at random from a box containing 7 black crayons, 14 green crayons, and 21 red crayons. What is the probability that the crayon selected is green?

You made it all the way to level 5, that is amazing. Remember, there are no challenges on the weekend. Check back in on Monday for the Level 6 challenge. Good Luck!

Tim is 2 years older than 3 times the age of Lisa. If Lisa was 4 years old three years ago. How old will Tim be in 3 years? Watch the video below for the answer and explanation.

You have made it to level 4. Congratulations! Don't get a big head. This problem will be harder than anything you have seen so far. Be sure to tune back in tomorrow for level 5. Good luck!

Samantha had 833 Legos. She split them into 17 bags of equal groups in order to sell them at a flea market. Samantha decided on the price of each bag by charging $0.06 per Lego. How much would Samantha charge for each bag of Legos? Watch the video below for the answer and explanation.

This is the 3rd of 10 questions in the #summermathchallenge. Have you gotten them all right so far? Stay sharp, they all get harder from here. Good Luck!

Sayo had 3 bags of purple marbles and 4 bags of green marbles. Each purple bag had 145 marbles. Each green bag 98 marbles. If Sayo lost 35 green marbles and 49 purple marbles, how many marbles, no matter what color, would she have left in all? Watch the video below for the answer and explanation.