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Question #5217
Q3. An urn contains 7 balls, 4 of which are black and the rest white. (a) Two are drawn together and one is found to be black. What is the probability that the other is also? [5 marks] (b) Starting with all 7 balls in the urn, balls are drawn randomly without replacement until all 3 white balls are found. What is the probability that the third white ball is found on the (i) fourth attempt? (ii) seventh attempt? [10 marks]
Expert's answer
(a) & there are 3 black balls left
And also 3 white
So p(ball=black)=3/6=0.5
(b) (i) & w-we pick white ball
b- black/
white ball is found on the fourth attempt& so there can be combinations
wwbw p=3/7*2/6*4/5*1/4=1/35
wbww& p=3/7*4/6*2/5*1/4=1/35
bwww p=4/7*3/6*2/5*1/4=1/35
The prob. Is absolutely the same as if we pick the last ball,and it should be white

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