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the bag has 6 marbles in it. each marable is either red,blue,or green. what is the least number of marables that ou must pull out of the bag to be sure you have 2 marble the same color?

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asked by cindy
  1. What is the worst case:
    Red, blue, green (still no marbles of the same colour)
    What about the next?

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