Green - Red

We have 5 bags. Each consist one green and 2 red balls. From each we pull just one ball. What is the probability that we doesn't pull any green ball?

Correct result:

p =  13.2 %

Solution:

p=100(22+1)5=13.2%p = 100 \cdot ( \dfrac{ 2}{ 2+1} )^{ 5} = 13.2 \%



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