Two faces of a six-sided die are painted red, two are painted blue, and two are painted yellow. The die is rolled three times, and the colors that appear face up on the first, second, and third rolls are recorded.
The sample space of all possible color combination, when we throw a die three times.
We roll a die three times, two faces of die are Red, two are Yellow and two are Blue.
The list of the all events where the color is different and finds the probability of such event where colors are different.
The list of the all the events that two of the colors that appear face up are the same and find the probability of such event where two of the colors that appear face up are the same.
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