Suppose that each child born is equally likely to be a boy or a girl. Consider a family with exactly three children. Let BBG indicate that the first two children born are hoys and the third child is a girl.Let BBG indicate that the first and third children born are girls and the second is a boy, and so forth.
The eight elements in the sample space whose outcome are all the possible genders of three children.
A family is having three children and having a boy and girl is equally likely.
There are 8 possible resul...
The Probability that,
(i)The event that exactly one child is a girl.
(ii) The event that at least two children are girls.
(iii) The event that no child is a girl.
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