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    What is the total number of fruit in this group?

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    What fraction of these birds are BROWN?

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    A box contains 10 marbles, 7 are black and three are red. Three marbles are drawn one after the other without replacement. What is the probability of at least two black marbles?

    Answer (1 of 3): At least 2 black means 2 black or 3 Black: * 2 B: BBR OR BRB OR RBB * * BBR: P_{BBR}=\frac{7\times 6 \times 3}{10\times 9\times 8}=\frac{63}{720} * BRB: P_{BBR}=\frac{7\times 3 \times 6}{10\times 9\times 8}=\frac{63}{720} * RBB: P_{BBR}=\frac{3\times 7 \times 6}{10\times 9...

    A box contains 10 marbles, 7 are black and three are red. Three marbles are drawn one after the other without replacement. What is the probability of at least two black marbles?

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    At least 2 black means 2 black or 3 Black:

    2 B: BBR OR BRB OR RBB

    BBR: P BBR = 7×6×3 10×9×8 = 63 720

    PBBR=7×6×310×9×8=63720

    BRB: P BBR = 7×3×6 10×9×8 = 63 720

    PBBR=7×3×610×9×8=63720

    RBB: P BBR = 3×7×6 10×9×8 = 63 720

    PBBR=3×7×610×9×8=63720

    \implies P 2 = 3×63 720 = 189 720 P2=3×63720=189720 3 B: BBB BBR: P BBB = 7×6×5 10×9×8 = 210 720

    PBBB=7×6×510×9×8=210720

    Thus: P= P 2 + P 3 P=P2+P3 ⟹P= 189 720 + 210 720 ⟹P=189720+210720 ⟹P= 189+210 72 ⟹P=189+21072 ⟹P= 399 720 ⟹P=399720 ⟹P=0.554166 ⟹P=0.554166

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    The number of ways you could get two blacks is 7C2, so the number of ways you could get 2B,1 R is 7C2*3C1.

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    A box contains ten marbles, seven of which are black and three are red. Three marbles are drawn one after the other without replacement. What is the probability of choosing A, at most two black marbles?

    Per hypergeometric distribution

    P( at most 2 black marbles) = 1- P( three black marbles)

    P( 3 black marbles ) = hypergeometric ( N = 10, K = 7, n =3 , k= 3)

    P( 3 black marbles ) = ( 7 3) *(3 0) / ( 10 3) =

    (3 0 ) = 1

    (7 3) = 7*6*5*/6 = 7*5 = 35

    (10 3) = 10*9*8/6 = 10*3*8/2 = 10*3*4 = 120

    P( 3 black marbles ) = 35/120 = 7 / 24

    P(at most 2 black marbles) = 1- 7/24 = 17/24

    P(at most 2 black marbles) = 17/24

    P(at most 2 black marbles) = approx. 0.708333

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