# Probabilty question

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I am trying to answer your question. Please consider extending the deadline if you can.

I have a deadline isn't it possible for 1hr...

I was able to finish it. Please set longer deadlines in future.

can you help clarify my question please??

I will just send you the revised solution. You need to multiply it by 1/11. I will submit the revised solution in a couple of minutes.

P(A n B) is the probability that bowl 10 is selected, and both balls are blue. So you just multiply the probability of two independent events.

P(A n B)=(1/11) * (44/55). Sorry for this mistake. The deadline was very close and I had to rush it.

I just uploaded the corrected solution.