1. A wine collection consists of bottles of cabernet and bottles of zinfandel. Randomly selecting bottles, find the following: (a) (b) Are these correct?
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Originally Posted by heathrowjohnny 1. A wine collection consists of bottles of cabernet and bottles of zinfandel. Randomly selecting bottles, find the following: (a) (b) Are these correct? No. (a) . (b) The hard way: . . . . Now add them together. (b) The easy way: P{At least 1 is a cabernet} = 1 - P{0 are cabernet}. .
(a) If you have 6 bottles and you choose 4 cabarets, you are left with 2 extra bottles. So this is the same as . How many ways you can choose 2 bottles from the remaining 7 zinfandel. (b) Took the complement.
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