Explanation

In choice (A), unequal quantities are subtracted from equal quantities. The differences are unequal, but the inequality is reversed because unequal numbers are being subtracted from rather than added to the equal numbers.

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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?