a bowl of fruit has four apples, two oranges, one banana, and three peaches. Kate reaches inand picks a piece of fruit. She then puts it back and picks another one. She does this until she has picked six pieces of fruit. What is theprobability that exactly half of them are apples? You must show work

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a bowl of fruit has four apples, two oranges, one banana, and three peaches. Kate reaches in
and picks a piece of fruit. She then puts it back and picks another one. She does this until she has picked six pieces of fruit. What is the
probability that exactly half of them are apples? You must show work
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