please find attached file as below:

i have try by using tree diagram until the part which i mark with BOX.other than that i have blur how to configure it..any advise

tq(Headbang)

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- December 5th 2010, 05:21 PMnikkBasic Prob
please find attached file as below:

i have try by using tree diagram until the part which i mark with BOX.other than that i have blur how to configure it..any advise

tq(Headbang) - December 5th 2010, 06:58 PMrtblue
There are a total of 9 red discs and 7 black disks. The bags have been mixed thoroughly, so it is almost as if the contents have been dumped onto the ground and mixed. After mixing, there are 9 discs in the first bag. The probability of there being exactly three is:

The first three terms account for there being 3 red discs, and the last six terms account for there being 6 black discs. - December 5th 2010, 09:38 PMnikk
Dear rtblue..

tq for the post.

attached is the ans: - December 6th 2010, 05:49 AMSoroban
Hello, nikk!

Quote:

We want the probability that Bag 1 ends up with its original contents.

There are two ways this can happen:

. . [1] A red is drawn from Bag 1 and a red is returned to Bag 1.

. . [2] A black is drawn from Bag 1 and a black is returned to Bag 1.

[1] A red is drawn from Bag 1: .

. . .Bag 2 now contains:7 red and 2 black discs:

. . .A red is drawn from Bag 2: .

. . . . .

[2] A black is drawn from Bag 1:

. . .Bag 2 now contains: 6 red and 3 black discs.

. . .A black is drawn from Bag 2: .

. . . . .

Therefore: .