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13-23.

A jar contains five red, four white, and three blue balls. If three balls are randomly selected, find the probability of choosing:

Two red and one white.

Three white.

See part (a).

One of each color.

See part (a).

All the same color.

One red and two white.

See part (a).

Two of one color and one of another.

How can the probabilities from parts (c) and (d)

help you find this answer?