# SOLUTION: You have 10 appitizers, 20 main courses, and 12 desserts with 5 of them sugar free. What is the probability of 3 appitizers, 2 main courses, and 2 desserts in such a way that exac

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 Question 575632: You have 10 appitizers, 20 main courses, and 12 desserts with 5 of them sugar free. What is the probability of 3 appitizers, 2 main courses, and 2 desserts in such a way that exactly 1 of the 2 desserts is sugar free? I was thinking x=1, n=2, p=.417, and q=.583 I need help with this question.Answer by josmiceli(9654)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I would get another opinion, but my guess is: