A racket comes in midsize and oversize. $\displaystyle 60 \% $ of all customers at a certain store want the oversize version.

The store currently has seven rackets of each version. What is the probability that all of the next ten customers who want this racket can get the version they want from current stock?

Is it: $\displaystyle \binom{7}{6}(0.6)^{6}(0.4) \times \binom{7}{4}(0.4)^{4}(0.6)^{3} $?