1. ## Car colors

For a certain style of automobile, the colors blue, white, green, and black are in equal demand. Three successive orders are placed for automobiles of this style. Find the probability that one is blue, white, and green are ordered.

So we have $\displaystyle 4^3$ choices or 64.

Now, how to I find to probability?

2. How many ways can you arrange BWG?

3. $\displaystyle \bigg(\dfrac{1}{4}\bigg)^3 \times 3!$

4. Originally Posted by harish21
$\displaystyle \bigg(\dfrac{1}{4}\bigg)^3 \times 3!$
Is this an effort to help or simply a blatant giving a complete solution?

5. Originally Posted by Plato
Is this an effort to help or simply a blatant giving a complete solution?
That was an effort to help, but for some reason I did not see your response in Post #2 when replying to this question..

6. Originally Posted by harish21
That was an effort to help, but for some reason I did not see your response in Post #2 when replying to this question..
Well oK.
I did not understand that you did not understand the question. Sorry!

7. There are no worries. I solved this question awhile ago, 6pm, but have yet to mark it as solved.