If 3 suspects who committed a burglary and 6 innocent persons are lined up, what is the probability that a witness who is not sure and has to pick three persons will pick the three suspects by chance? That the witness picks 3 innocent persons by chance?

Chapter 24, PROBLEM SET 24.4 #12

If 3 suspects who committed a burglary and 6 innocent persons are lined up, what is the probability that a witness who is not sure and has to pick three persons will pick the three suspects by chance? That the witness picks 3 innocent persons by chance?

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