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# Elizabeth brought a box of donuts to share. There are two-dozen (24) donuts in the box, all identical in size, shape, and color. Two are jelly-filled, 5 are lemon-filled, and 17 are custard-filled. You randomly select one donut, eat it, and select another donut. Find the probability of selecting a jelly-filled donut followed by a custard-filled donut.

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Answer:The probability is 6.16%.Step-by-step explanation:Total number of donuts = 24Number of jelly filled donuts = 2Number of lemon filled donuts = 5Number of custard filled donuts = 17The probability of selecting a jelly-filled donut = [tex]\frac{2}{24}[/tex] = 0.0833And probability followed by custard-filled donut = [tex]\frac{17}{23}[/tex] = 0.7391 (23 because you ate 1 donut already)Hence, the required probability is :[tex]0.0833\times0.7391=0.0615[/tex] or 6.156% ≈ 6.16%