# Suppose there are three jars,

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Suppose there are three jars, each containing 8 balls. The first jar has four red and four white balls. The second jar has five red and three white. The third jar has one red and seven white. Two of the jars are selected randomly and their contents are mixed. Then four balls are drawn without replacement. Draw a tree diagram for this experiment.(a) What is the probability that all four balls are red?(b) What is the probability that half are red and half are white?(c) What is the probability that one is red and three are white?(d) What is the probability that three are red and one is white?

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