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A box contains 4 red balls, 3 yellow balls, and 3 green balls. You will reach into the box and blindly select a ball, take it out, and then place it to one side. You will then repeat the experiment, without putting the first ball back. Calculate the probability that the two balls you selected include a yellow one and a green one.

Answer #1

box contains 4 red balls, 3 yellow balls, and 3 green balls. You will reach into the box and blindly select a ball, take it out, and then place it to one side.i.e it is a simple random sampling without replacement.

the probability that the two balls you selected include a yellow one and a green one is 0.2

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