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A bag of peanut butter M&M's contains 188 candies. Of the candies, 28 are blue, 40 are brown, 38 are green, 25 are orange, 34 are red, and 23 are yellow. They are thoroughly mixed up so that each is equally likely to be selected if we pick one. Round all of your answers to four decimal places.


If we select one at random, then put it back, mix them up well (so the selections are independent) and select another one, what is the probability that both the first and second M&M's are blue?
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