In the box are the same-looking sweets with different fillings: 5 with cherries, 4 with almonds, 3 with hazelnuts

In the box are the same-looking sweets with different fillings: 5 with cherries, 4 with almonds, 3 with hazelnuts. Randomly choose one candy. What is the likelihood that it will be with a nut filling?

Almonds and cherries are not nuts.
Total sweets 12. Sweets with nuts (hazelnuts) 3. We have 3 favorable outcomes. Only 12 outcomes.
P = 3/12 = 0.25

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