GMAT Challenge Question

This week we have a classic GMAT probability question from PrepForTests to test your grey matter.

A jar contains 4 red balls, 3 blue balls and 2 green balls. If two balls are selected at random from the jar what is the probability that one is red and one is green?

  1. 2/9
  2. 16/81
  3. 1/9
  4. 8/81
  5. 1/81

Have a go and then review your answer.

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