Posted by **angel** on Friday, July 23, 2010 at 12:40am.

At a carnival, there is a game where you throw a coin on a colored square. You are given 3 coins and can land on any square more than once. What is the probability of landing on a red square on your first toss, a red square on your second toss, and a white square on your third toss?

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