# In PE

In PE, students play a game where they do different exercises depending on the color of marble that Coach Forbes draws. Coach Forbes has a jar with 6 red marbles, 12 blue marbles, 16 purple marbles, two green marbles, and four yellow marbles. What is the probability of drawing a red marble?

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