If a family had 9 children, 4 are girls and 5 are boys, what is the probability of the first three being two girls and one boy?
My understanding is since order doesn't matter, it's just the multiplication rule. So first girl chance is 4/9, second is 3/8. The chance of the boy is then 5/7. And I would multiply them together. Is that the correct way of approaching this question?