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**HallsofIvy** Sorry, but Soroban's answer is the correct one. Barioth's answer is the probability the a **specified** one of the cars, specifically, the one he calls "the first car", takes one of the turnpike and the other two both take the same one of the other two. Soroban's answer is the probability that "one car takes one turn pike and the other two take the same one of the other two" which was the question.

Because there are 3 cars, and any one can be the car that goes "alone", so you can get the correct answer by multiplying Barioth's answer by 3: 3(2/9)= 2/3.