Find the probability , Mathematics

1.  What is the probability that the two beverages will be of the same kind?

2.  What is the probability that the two beverages will be different?

3.  What is the probability that the first choice will be a Coke and the second one a Pepsi?

4.  What is the probability that one will be a Dr. Pepper and the other a Pepsi?

5.  What is the probabiity that neither of the choices will be a Pepsi?

6.  What is the probability that the first choice will be a Dr. Pepper?

7.  What is the probability that the second choice will be neither Coke or Pepsi but the first one is either Dr. Pepper or Coke?

8.  How many different combination of beverages are possible? C(3,2) (order doesn't count)

9.  Suppose that you pulled out three beverages at random. What would be the probability that all three would be Pepsis?

 

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