Probability Theory : Random Variables

The campus recruiter for an international conglomerate classifies the large number of students she interviews into three categories-the lower quarter, the middle quarter, and the upper quarter. If she meets six students on a given morning, what is the probability that they will be evenly divided among the three categories? What is the marginal probability that exactly two will belong to the middle half?

Re: Probability Theory : Random Variables

Hey mous99.

What is the distribution of the categories?