A bag has 12 balls colored yellow, blue, green and red. The number of balls of each colour is the same. A ball is drawn from the bag. Calculate the probability of drawing a yellow ball, a blue ball, a green ball and a red ball.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 13th Oct, 2014, 04:16: PM
Total number of balls = 12
It is also given that the bag contains equal number of balls of each of the four colours (yellow, blue, green and red).
Number of yellow balls = Number of blue balls = Number of green balls = Number of red balls = 3
Answered by | 13th Oct, 2014, 06:16: PM
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