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A box contains 24 yellow, 33 green and 37 red jelly beans. If 11 jelly

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January 29th, 2013 07:15
in Botony by shally_866 (Chipola College (FL), Digital logic design)

A box contains 24 yellow, 33 green and 37 red jelly beans. If 11 jelly beans are selected at random, what is?

"what is the probability that:
a) 2 are yellow?
b) 2 are yellow and 8 are green?
c) At least one is yellow?"

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February 6th, 2013 08:57
seymour (London Metropolitan University, Sociology of groups)
"a) 11 choose 2 b) 11 choose 2 * 11 choose 8 * 8 choose 2 c) 1 - 11 choose 0"

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May 28th, 2013 11:47
mobita (Bengal Engineering & Science University, Computer sciences)
    " The body weight of your infant is usually a variant X containing the standard Gaussian distribution with all the mean weight can be three kg. The normal deviation azines = nought.only two kilo. This minimal weight involving baby will be just one.5 various kilogram.           "

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June 7th, 2013 07:40
dinday (Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management, Management)
    Some sort of case contains ten wits: 3 violet, one white-colored, 2 environmentally friendly, and iv crimson. Just one marble is actually removed from the bag (without looking). It is possible to chances the marbled will be glowing blue?        

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June 10th, 2013 09:42
aleex (Alliance University, Electrical Engineering)
    Brian carries a handbag involving jelly coffee beans made up of 12 environment friendly in addition to eighteen lime. They drags out and about 1 jelly egg (with no searching) along with places it within a pot. He then pulls out yet another jelly egg through the handbag (with no shopping). What is the probability he will have got two eco-friendly gelatin pinto and black beans?        

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