**Question 10**

(7.5 points)

Question 10 options:

A basket contains six red and four blue marbles. Three marbles are drawn at random without replacement.

**a. all three marbles drawn are red**

*Enter probability as a fraction or as a decimal rounded to nearest thousandth (three places). Examples of correctly entered responses:*

3/5 5/11 0.300 0.650 0.971

**b. two marbles drawn are red and one is blue (order of selection doesn't matter)**

*Enter probability as a fraction or as a decimal rounded to nearest thousandth (three places). Examples of correctly entered responses:*

3/5 5/11 0.300 0.650 0.971

**c. one marble drawn is red and the other two marbles drawn are blue (order of selection doesn't matter)**

*Enter probability as a fraction or as a decimal rounded to nearest thousandth (three places). Examples of correctly entered responses:*

3/5 5/11 0.300 0.650 0.971

**d. the first marble randomly drawn is red; the second marble randomly drawn is blue; and the third marble randomly drawn is red (now order of selection DOES matter)**

3/5 5/11 0.300 0.650 0.971

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