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Assume that you have 5 red balls and 4 blue balls from which randomly to select two without replacement. (1) What is the probability that exactly one red ball is chosen? (2) What is the probability that the second ball is blue given that at least one of the balls is blue?

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  1. FireKat97
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    I suggest drawing a tree diagram

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