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Consider the situation where you have a bag that contains 8 black marbles and 2white marbles. You take a marble from the bag; you record whether it is black or white, and put it back in the bag before you take another marble from the bag. You do this 10 times. What is the probability that you will draw the same number of black and white marble.

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