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A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls. One by one three balls are drawn out without replacement. What is the probability that the third ball is red?

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Re: What is the Probability of Red Ball? [#permalink] New post 29 Aug 2010, 08:49
Favorable outcomes :

WWR -> P(WWR)= 3/8 * 2/7 * 2/6 = 12/336
WRR -> P(WRR)= 3/8 * 2/7 * 1/6 = 6/336
RWR -> P(RWR)= 2/8 * 3/7 * 1/6 = 6/336
BBR -> P(BBR)= 3/8 * 2/7 * 2/6 = 12/336
BRR -> P(BRR)= 3/8 * 2/7 * 1/7 = 6/336
RBR -> P(RBR)= 2/8 * 3/7 * 1/6 = 6/336
WBR -> P(WBR)= 3/8 * 3/7 * 2/6 = 18/336
BWR -> P(BWR)= 3/8 * 3/7 * 2/6 = 18/336

So, P(Total) = 84/336 = 1/4 = 0.25
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In problems such as these, the answer is just the probability based on the initial population... so 2/8 and it would be the same answer regardless of the nth try, 1st, 5th, 8th...
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A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls. One by one three balls are drawn out without replacement. What is the probability that the third ball is red?

A. 0.25
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C. 0.35
D. 0.45
E. 0.40

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Re: What is the Probability of Red Ball? [#permalink] New post 29 Aug 2010, 14:34
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I have seen a couple of such nice, handful and timesavers scattered across different posts . Have you considered posting a sticky where you collect them at one place.
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Re: What is the Probability of Red Ball? [#permalink] New post 29 Aug 2010, 16:35
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krishan wrote:
A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls. One by one three balls are drawn out without replacement. What is the probability that the third ball is red?

A. 0.25
B. 0.15
C. 0.35
D. 0.45
E. 0.40

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The initial probability of drawing red ball is 2/8. Without knowing the other results, the probability of drawing red ball will not change for ANY successive drawing: second, third, fourth...

Similar problems:
ps-probability-gmat-made-me-lose-my-marbles-36830.html?hilit=initial%20draw
probability-of-picking-last-97015.html?hilit=initial%20probability
probability-question-please-solve-90272.html?hilit=initial%20probability#p686028

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\frac{1}{28}+\frac{1}{28}+\frac{5}{28}=\frac{7}{28}=\frac{1}{4}
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Re: What is the Probability of Red Ball? [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2010, 05:54
P(drawing a red ball) = 1-P(not drawing a red ball )
=> 1-6C1/8C1 = 1/4
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Re: What is the Probability of Red Ball? [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2010, 05:58
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P(drawing a red ball) = 1-P(not drawing a red ball )
=> 1-6C1/8C1 = 1/4



IMO when someone masters the ability to use combinations and probability at the same time in a gmat question, he/she has reached the level to move to a different topic....

@psychomath nice solution...
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Re: A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls [#permalink] New post 24 Jun 2012, 01:58
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A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls. One by one three balls are drawn out without replacement. What is the probability that the third ball is red?

A. 0.25
B. 0.15
C. 0.35
D. 0.45
E. 0.40


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The point is that the probability of picking a red will not depend on which draw it is.

In the first draw, probability of picking a red is 2/8 = 1/4

Probability of picking a red in the second draw:

2 cases:

Case 1: First draw is non red.
Probability = (6/8)*(2/7)
This is equal to (2/8)(6/7). Think about it: Probability of picking non red first and then red will be the same as probability of picking a red first and then a non red.


Case 2: First draw is red.
Probability = (2/8)*(1/7)
This is the probability of picking a red first and then a red again.

Total probability of second draw being red = (2/8)*(6/7) + (2/8)*(1/7) = 2/8
This is just the probability of picking a red first and then any ball (non red or red). Probability of picking ANY ball will be 1. Hence, the probability of picking a red in the second draw will be the same as the probability of picking a red in the first draw.

Similarly probability of picking a red in any draw will be the same.
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Re: A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls [#permalink] New post 26 Jun 2012, 05:47
Hi Karishma,

Thank You for the explanation.

Just curious to know, do we have any scenario where this phenomenon fails.

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The point is that the probability of picking a red will not depend on which draw it is.


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Re: What is the Probability of Red Ball? [#permalink] New post 29 Jun 2013, 04:01
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krishan wrote:
A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls. One by one three balls are drawn out without replacement. What is the probability that the third ball is red?

A. 0.25
B. 0.15
C. 0.35
D. 0.45
E. 0.40

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The initial probability of drawing red ball is 2/8. Without knowing the other results, the probability of drawing red ball will not change for ANY successive drawing: second, third, fourth...

Similar problems:
ps-probability-gmat-made-me-lose-my-marbles-36830.html?hilit=initial%20draw
probability-of-picking-last-97015.html?hilit=initial%20probability
probability-question-please-solve-90272.html?hilit=initial%20probability#p686028

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Bunuel,

Why is it not
7c2 * 1 / 8c3 = 3/8?

selecting any 2 without 1 red is 7c2....selecting the last red is 1...so fav outcomes = 7c2 * 1

total outcomes = 8c3

prob = 7c2/8c3

Where am I going wrong?

please explain..
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Re: What is the Probability of Red Ball? [#permalink] New post 29 Jun 2013, 04:43
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krishan wrote:
A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls. One by one three balls are drawn out without replacement. What is the probability that the third ball is red?

A. 0.25
B. 0.15
C. 0.35
D. 0.45
E. 0.40

Thanks


The initial probability of drawing red ball is 2/8. Without knowing the other results, the probability of drawing red ball will not change for ANY successive drawing: second, third, fourth...

Similar problems:
ps-probability-gmat-made-me-lose-my-marbles-36830.html?hilit=initial%20draw
probability-of-picking-last-97015.html?hilit=initial%20probability
probability-question-please-solve-90272.html?hilit=initial%20probability#p686028

Hope it's clear.


Bunuel,

Why is it not
7c2 * 1 / 8c3 = 3/8?

selecting any 2 without 1 red is 7c2....selecting the last red is 1...so fav outcomes = 7c2 * 1

total outcomes = 8c3

prob = 7c2/8c3

Where am I going wrong?

please explain..


Don't quite understand what you are doing there. What does "selecting any 2 without 1 red is 7c2" mean?

Anyway, the question basically asks: if we put all 8 balls in a row, what is the probability that the third ball is red?

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Re: What is the Probability of Red Ball? [#permalink] New post 01 Jul 2013, 08:19
Bunuel,

first 2 balls can be selected from any of [3 black + 3 white + 1 red (7 balls)] - so selecting any 2 balls from 7 balls is 7c2.

probability of selecting the remaining red ball is 1.

so fav outcomes = 7c2*1.

probability = 7c2/8c3 = 3/8/

I know my thinking is definitely wrong.

Can you please point out the defect in my thinking?
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Re: A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls [#permalink] New post 11 Jul 2013, 20:35
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A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls. One by one three balls are drawn out without replacement. What is the probability that the third ball is red?

A. 0.25
B. 0.15
C. 0.35
D. 0.45
E. 0.40


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The point is that the probability of picking a red will not depend on which draw it is.

In the first draw, probability of picking a red is 2/8 = 1/4

Probability of picking a red in the second draw:

2 cases:

Case 1: First draw is non red.
Probability = (6/8)*(2/7)
This is equal to (2/8)(6/7). Think about it: Probability of picking non red first and then red will be the same as probability of picking a red first and then a non red.


Case 2: First draw is red.
Probability = (2/8)*(1/7)
This is the probability of picking a red first and then a red again.

Total probability of second draw being red = (2/8)*(6/7) + (2/8)*(1/7) = 2/8
This is just the probability of picking a red first and then any ball (non red or red). Probability of picking ANY ball will be 1. Hence, the probability of picking a red in the second draw will be the same as the probability of picking a red in the first draw.

Similarly probability of picking a red in any draw will be the same.


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Please tell me what is wrong with my thinking.

first 2 balls can be selected from any of [3 black + 3 white + 1 red (7 balls)] - so selecting any 2 balls from 7 balls is 7c2.

probability of selecting the remaining red ball is 1. (You are mixing combinations with probability.)

so fav outcomes = 7c2*1.

probability = 7c2/8c3 = 3/8

I know my thinking is definitely wrong.

Can you please point out the defect in my thinking?


There are a lot of problems here.

If you want to use combinations here, you can do this:

Assuming all balls are distinct, Number of ways of selecting 3 balls one after another without replacement = 7*6*1*2
(Keep one red ball away for the third pick. This can be done in 2 ways. Now of the 7 remaining balls, pick 1 for the first pick and then another for the second pick.)

Total number of outcomes = 8*7*6

Probability = (7*6*2)/(8*7*6) = 1/4
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Re: What is the Probability of Red Ball? [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2013, 07:44
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Bunuel,

first 2 balls can be selected from any of [3 black + 3 white + 1 red (7 balls)] - so selecting any 2 balls from 7 balls is 7c2.

probability of selecting the remaining red ball is 1.

so fav outcomes = 7c2*1.

probability = 7c2/8c3 = 3/8/

I know my thinking is definitely wrong.

Can you please point out the defect in my thinking?


The big mistake is here that you ignored the phrase of "drawing without replacement", then your probability didn't exclude 1 ball picked up previously. :)
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Re: What is the Probability of Red Ball? [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2013, 07:44
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Bunuel,

first 2 balls can be selected from any of [3 black + 3 white + 1 red (7 balls)] - so selecting any 2 balls from 7 balls is 7c2.

probability of selecting the remaining red ball is 1.

so fav outcomes = 7c2*1.

probability = 7c2/8c3 = 3/8/

I know my thinking is definitely wrong.

Can you please point out the defect in my thinking?


The big mistake is here that you ignored the phrase of "drawing without replacement", then your probability didn't exclude 1 ball picked up previously. :)
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Re: A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2013, 08:56
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A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls. One by one three balls are drawn out without replacement. What is the probability that the third ball is red?

A. 0.25
B. 0.15
C. 0.35
D. 0.45
E. 0.40



the probability of the 3rd ball not to be Red = 6/8
so, the required probability = 1- 6/8 = 2/8 = 0.25
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Re: A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls [#permalink] New post 07 Mar 2014, 04:54
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A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls. One by one three balls are drawn out without replacement. What is the probability that the third ball is red?

A. 0.25
B. 0.15
C. 0.35
D. 0.45
E. 0.40



the probability of the 3rd ball not to be Red = 6/8
so, the required probability = 1- 6/8 = 2/8 = 0.25


Not quite sure because after 2 draws there won't be 8 balls anymore no?
Also, what happens if we draw a red in the first two? Then won't the probability of drawing a red in the third draw be zero?

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A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls [#permalink] New post 02 Sep 2014, 16:02
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In problems such as these, the answer is just the probability based on the initial population... so 2/8 and it would be the same answer regardless of the nth try, 1st, 5th, 8th...


By "In problems such as these", you meant "Replacement Problems", right?
Just want to be sure so that I can apply it for similar problems. : )
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Re: A bag contains 3 white balls, 3 black balls & 2 red balls [#permalink] New post 02 Sep 2014, 19:13
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In problems such as these, the answer is just the probability based on the initial population... so 2/8 and it would be the same answer regardless of the nth try, 1st, 5th, 8th...


By "In problems such as these", you meant "Replacement Problems", right?
Just want to be sure so that I can apply it for similar problems. : )


Problems such as these:
a-box-contains-3-yellow-balls-and-5-black-balls-one-by-one-90272.html
a-bag-contains-3-white-balls-3-black-balls-2-red-balls-100023.html
each-of-four-different-locks-has-a-matching-key-the-keys-101553.html
if-40-people-get-the-chance-to-pick-a-card-from-a-canister-97015.html
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