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If there are 2 squares, 8 triangles, and 4 circles in a box, what is the probability of choosing a square? Do not simplify.
If there are 9 squares, 7 triangles, and 6 circles in a box, what is the probability of choosing a square? Do not simplify.
If there are 6 squares, 8 triangles, and 5 circles in a box, what is the probability of choosing a square? Do not simplify.
If there are 8 squares, 1 triangles, and 9 circles in a box, what is the probability of choosing a square? Do not simplify.
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