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A deck of 9 cards contains 2 red cards, 3 blue cards, and 4 green card

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A deck of 9 cards contains 2 red cards, 3 blue cards, and 4 green cards. 3 cards are randomly drawn with replacement from the deck. What is the probability that all three cards are the same color?

A. 11/81
B. 64/729
C. 5/7
D. 27/729
E. 2/5
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6. A deck of 9 cards contains 2 red cards, 3 blue cards, and 4 green cards. 3 cards are randomly drawn with replacement from the deck. What is the probability that all three cards are the same color?

A. 11/81
B. 64/729
C. 5/7
D. 27/729
E. 2/5

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Note that cards are drawn with replacement. So every time we draw from 9 cards and it's possible to draw 3 red cards, 3 blue cards or 3 green cards:

\(P=(\frac{2}{9})^3+(\frac{3}{9})^3+(\frac{4}{9})^3=\frac{11}{81}\).

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