Question:

# point) In a certain large city, 23% of cars are purple. This

Last updated: 7/7/2022

point) In a certain large city, 23% of cars are purple. This is a very large city. If we pick one car at random and set it aside, the rest of the cars are still 23% purple. Even if we pick two or three cars and set them aside, the rest of the cars are still 23% purple. If we choose three cars at random, the cars are 'independent' of each other. Probability for all three cars is therefore probability for each car, multiplied together. What is the probability that all three randomly chosen cars are purple?