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A cooler contains 9 bottles of water: 3 sparkling and 6 regular. If two are drawn out at random what is the probability exactly one was sparkling given at least one was sparkling?

Step 1

According to the provided data, the total number of water bottles in a cooler is 9 out of which 3 are sparkling and 6 regular.

The probability of at least one is sparkling is,

Step 2

The probability of exactly...

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