A bag contains 2 natural oranges and 3 artificial oranges. Each of four persons, A, B, C, and D, in the order named, draws one orange and does not replace it. The first to draw a natural orange receives N20. What is the probability that A, B, and C lose and D wins 1/10 2/5 7/11 1/4(2) 4 different Biology books, 6 different CIT books and 2 different Mathematics books are to be arranged on a shelf. How many different arrangements are possible if only the Biology books must stand together? 8709120 9260004 8000002 5650000
Finding the probability
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