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Explanation

Since 1 quart equals 2 pints and 2 pints equals 4 cups, you know that \(1 \text { quart }=4 \times 8 \text { ounces }\), or 32 ounces. (There are 8 ounces in 1 cup.) So one jar of sauce is exactly the amount needed.

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A beverage manufacturer would like to test the reliability of two processes for manufacturing orange juice and apple cider, respectively. A review of the orange juice manufacturing process found that 10% of the bottles are underfilled. A review of the apple cider manufacturing process found that 15% of the bottles are underfilled.

Orange Juice | Apple Cider | |

Probability of under-fill | 0.10 | 0.15 |

If two cans are selected at random (one from each process), what is the probability of selecting one under filled orange juice bottle and one under filled apple cider bottle?