A box contains 4 Red balls, 6 white balls, 2 orange balls and 8 black balls. Quantity I: Two balls are drawn at rand

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Q 2411291129.     A box contains 4 Red balls, 6 white balls, 2 orange balls and 8 black balls.

Quantity I: Two balls are drawn at random probability that both balls are either red or white.
Quantity II: Three balls are drawn. The probability that all are different.
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A

Quantity I > Quantity II

B

Quantity I < Quantity II

C

Quantity I `>=` Quantity II

D

Quantity I = Quantity II

E

No relation

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