A bag contains 9 red balls and 2 green balls and another bag contains 3 red balls and 6 green balls. I. If one ball i

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Q 2366580475.     A bag contains 9 red balls and 2 green balls and another bag contains 3 red balls and 6 green balls.

I. If one ball is drawn from each bag, what is the probability that both the balls are red balls?

II. If one ball is drawn from each bag, what is the probability that both the balls are green balls?
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A

I>II

B

I

C

I=II

D

I≥II

E

Relation between I and II cannot be determined

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