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The probability of getting on the first draw a black ball is: P(B1) =

3/7.

The probability of getting a red ball given the event of drawing a black ball on the

first draw is: P(R2│B1) =

4/6.

The probability of drawing a black ball on the first draw and a red ball on the second draw is: P(B1UR2) =

P(B1)∙P(R

2│B1) =

(3/7)∙(4/6) =

0.2857... ~ 0.286 ~ ~ 28.6%

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if you have black balls you are having the herbies

I am assuming that what you are talking about is the quest where you have to get BLACK balls of wool and give it to the farmer. You get black balls of wool by shearing the black sheep, then spinning the wool on the spinning wheel.

The probability of a black ball in bag 1 is 4/12 = 1/3. If you add 3 black balls to bag 2, it will contain 5 black balls out of 15: the probability of a black ball being 3/15 = 1/3.

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11/18 x 10/17 = .359

3/12*3/11 = 9/132, or 6.818%.

No, he is not.

If you draw enough balls, without replacement, the probability is 1.The answer depends onhow many balls are drawn, andwhether or not they are replaced.Unfortunately, your question gives no information on these matters.

Surprisingly, yes. In Black and White, if you trade with people from fifty different countries, you receive a second Master Ball.

One can purchase a black bowling ball from many sports retailers which carry bowling balls. Dick's Sporting Goods carries bowling balls and will have black balls or would be able to order them in.

You can get 2 Master Balls in both versions.

Chances are, probably not. Even if it does create a black hole, it would be extremely small and only last for a fraction of a second.

(3/7)*(2/7)=(6/49) You have a 6 out of 49 probability.

red or black

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The probability of getting 3 white balls in a draw of 5 balls with replacement from an urn containing white balls and black balls is always greater than the same test without replacement, because the number of white balls decreases when you draw a white ball and do not replace it. The ratio of white to black with replacement is constant, and is always less than one, assuming there is at least one black ball. The ratio of white to black without replacement decreases each turn, and is still less than one, and is less than the previous ratio, unless the question asked about 2 white balls or less.

The black balls in the bowl where that guy look in was the berrys that are poisonous (the ones that katniss and peers try to eat at the end

Black and wight

He said that his fav color is black

black balls

big hairy black balls

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Traditionally Black moves second .

You cannot buy leaf stones you have to earn them from people like lennora the second gym leader or find them in poke balls.