# Question: q1 fill in the blanks compound experiments and repeated trials...

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Q1. Fill in the Blank(s) Compound Experiments and Repeated Trials A bag contains eight red balls and three green balls. Three balls are selected at random from the bag, one at a time without replacement. Find the probability of selecting exactly two green balls. Please reduce the fraction answer to its lowest terms.

Q2. Fill in the Blank(s) Compound Experiments and Repeated Trials A bag contains eight red balls and three green balls. Three balls are selected at random from the bag, one at a time without replacement. Find the probability of selecting exactly two red balls. Please reduce the fraction answer to its lowest terms.

Q3. Fill in the Blank(s) Compound Experiments and Repeated Trials A bag contains eight red balls and three green balls. Three balls are selected at random from the bag, one at a time without replacement. Find the probability of selecting at least two green balls. Please reduce the fraction answer to its lowest terms.

Q4. Fill in the Blank(s) Compound Experiments and Repeated Trials A bag contains eight red balls and three green balls. Three balls are selected at random from the bag, one at a time without replacement. Find the probability of selecting at least two red balls. Please reduce the fraction answer to its lowest terms.

Q5. Fill in the Blank(s) Compound Experiments and Repeated Trials A bag contains four red balls, five blue, and three green balls. Two balls are selected at random from the bag, one at a time without replacement. Find the probability of selecting two balls of the same color. Please reduce the fraction answer to its lowest terms.

Q6. Fill in the Blank(s) Compound Experiments and Repeated Trials A bag contains four red balls, five blue, and three green balls. Two balls are selected at random from the bag, one at a time without replacement. Find the probability of selecting two balls of different colors. Please reduce the fraction answer to its lowest terms.