suppose you randomly draw two marbles, without replacement, from a bag containing six green, four red, and three black.

Determine the probability that you pick at least one green marble.

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- November 22nd 2007, 04:11 PMDesideriusprobability of picking at least one
suppose you randomly draw two marbles, without replacement, from a bag containing six green, four red, and three black.

Determine the probability that you pick at least one green marble. - November 22nd 2007, 04:27 PMPlato
Because

**at least one**is the complement of**NONE**, it is quite often easier to work with the that.

What is the probability of drawing no green marble?