# Probability 68584

There are five whites and nine blacks in the destiny. We will choose three balls at random. What is the probability that

a) the selected balls will not be the same color,

b) will there be at least two blacks between them?

a) the selected balls will not be the same color,

b) will there be at least two blacks between them?

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