This problem is easy to define, but I'm not finding it easy to solve...
Take some bags of mixed sweets with three different flavours: cherry, lemon and apple.
The number of each type of sweet in each bag is normally distributed.
The means are:
They all have a standard deviation of 3.
How can I calculate the probability that most of the sweets in any given bag will be cherry?
Any help would be very greatly appreciated, however general or specific.