probability that they are both the same color, Mathematics

Consider two bags, A and B, with the following contents

a)    A single marble is drawn from each bag. What is the probability of getting a white marble out of Bag A and a red marble out of Bag

b)    A single marble is drawn from each bag. What is the probability that they are both the same color?

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