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Transcribed Image Text: 18. [-13 Points] DETAILS WACKERLYSTAT7 3.E.007. MY NOTES ASK YOUR TEACHER Each of three balls are randomly placed into one of three bowls. Find the probability distribution for Y = the number of empty bowls. (Enter your probabilities as fractions.) P(Y = 0) = P(Y = 1) P(Y = 2) = Need Help? Read It
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F 18. We have three Balls.Total ways of. Putting the balls are3xx3xx3=27Now the required Probability for getting the Prob.dist. of Y.Y Can only take 0,1,22.{:[P(y=0)=((2)/(6))/(zT_(9))],[P(y=0)=(2)/(9)]:}(Beause in this Case each bowl have one ball)Nere P(x^( ... See the full answer