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StatisticsQ&A Library6. (Probability Tree Diagram) Use the following information to answer the next two exercises. This tree diagram shows the tossing of an unfair coin followed by drawing one bead from a cup containing three red (R), four yellow (Y) and five blue (B) beads. For the coin, P(H) = 2/3 and P(T) =1/3 where H is heads and Tis tails. R 12 H B R 12 12 Normal B (a) Find P(tossing a Head on the coin AND a Red bead). (b) Find P(Blue bead) (c) Find P(Head | Red bead) 2/3 H/3Start your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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6. (Probability Tree Diagram) Use the following information to answer the next two exercises. This tree diagram shows the tossing of an unfair coin followed by drawing one bead from a cup containing three red (R), four yellow (Y) and five blue (B) beads. For the coin, P(H) = 2/3 and P(T) =1/3 where H is heads and Tis tails. R 12 H B R 12 12 Normal B (a) Find P(tossing a Head on the coin AND a Red bead). (b) Find P(Blue bead) (c) Find P(Head | Red bead) 2/3 H/3