Posted by **BETH** on Tuesday, February 5, 2008 at 7:36pm.

The seeds of the garden pea are either yellow or green. A certain cross between pea plants produces progeny in the ratio 3 yellow:1 green. If four randomly chosen progeny of such a cross are examined, what is the probability that:

a)3 are yellow and 1 is green

b)all 4 are yellow

c)all 4 are the same color

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