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- 1.
- In the urn example, find the probability of getting 2 redballs and one blue ball.
- 2.
- In the urn example, find the probability of getting the first two balls red.
- 3.
- In the urn example, suppose we darw 4 balls without replacement. Now find the probability that all 4 balls are of the same color.
- 4.
- Use a tree diagram to determine the probability of getting three red cards, when three cards are dealt (without replacement) from a well shuffled standard
deck of 52 cards.
- 5.
- Six cards with the numbers 1 through 6 on them are well shuffled and two cards are dealt (without replacment). Use a tree diagram to determine the
probability of that the sum of the numbers on the two cards is 7.
- 6.
- In the urn example, find the probability of getting 2 redballs and one blue ball.

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