JMD asked in Science & MathematicsMathematics · 1 decade ago

Probability - Susan has red, blue, green & yellow sweaters. Joanne = green, red, purple & white.?

Diane has red, blue, purple & mauve. Each girl has only 1 sweater of each color and will pick one to wear at random. Find each probabilty:

1. p(Each girl will wear a different color)

2. p(Each girl chooses the same color)

3. p(two girls choose the same color and the 3rd chooses different.

4. p(each girl chooses a red sweater) - is this 1/64?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    4. You are correct.

    2. Same as 4., since all red is the only way it can happen.

    The other two are tedious.

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