# n and m are positive numbers.(a) If two balls are randomly

## Problem 29 Chapter 2

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Problem 29

n and m are positive numbers.(a) If two balls are randomly withdrawn, what isthe probability that they are the same color?(b) If a ball is randomly withdrawn and thenreplaced before the second one is drawn, whatis the probability that the withdrawn balls arethe same color?(c) Show that the probability in part (b) is alwayslarger than the one in part (a).

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