Seventy-five percent of the flowers in the arrangement are roses and the rest are tulips. Of the tulips, 50 percent are pink. To the nearest whole percent, what is the probability that a randomly chosen flower from the arrangement is a pink tulip?
If 75% of the flowers are roses and the rest is tulips, use your known information that there are 50% pink tulips. It is more likely that when you choose a flower, it is going to be a rose, because there are more roses than pink tulips. So the probability of picking a pink tulip is unlikely.