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**skyslimit** OK...

Also, if you will please check my answer on this one:

If a box of soda contains 36 bottles, 8 are white, 5 are tan 6 are pink 1 is purple, 2 are yellow, 4 is orange, 10 are green

Select 9 bottles randomly, probability that 3 are white

My answer: 8 c 3 / 36 c 9 ? This is right or is there more to it... Mr F says: There's more to it - see below.

Harder problem..

Probability that 3 are white, two are tan, one is pink, one is yellow, and and two are green Mr F says: Please post the harder problem exctly as it's written.