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A box contains 2 red, 3 white, and 4 blue balls.

If the 3 balls are drawn at random w/o replacement,

determine the probability that 2 are blue and 1 is white.

Selecting 3 balls from 9, there are: . possible outcomes.

To get 2 blue and 1 white, there are: . ways.

Therefore: .