There are two urns. In urn I there are 5 white balls and 6 black balls, in urn II there are 4 white balls and 3 black balls. 2 balls from urn I are picked at random and transfered in urn II. Then, two balls are chosen at random from urn II.
1) What is the probability that both balls drawn from urn II are black?
2) What is the probability that the balls drawn form urn II are of different color if the balls selected from urn I were white?
3) What is the probability that the balls selected initially from urn I are of the same color, given that the balls drawn from urn II were white?
1) I tried to use the law of Bayes. Here's what I've got:
P(H1) = 2/11 (2 white balls), P(H2)=6/11 (a white and a black ball), P(H3)=3/11 (two black balls). If H1 happens, we get 6 white and 3 black balls in Urn II, if H2 - 5 white and 4 black, if H3 - 4 white and 5 black.
P(A|H1)=3/9=1/3. P(A|H2)=4/9. P(A|H3)=5/9.
P(A)=P(H1)*P(A|H1)+P(H2)*P(A|H2)+P(H3)*P(A|H3)=45/99=5/11. Is it correct? I have a feeling that I should have shown that there are 2 balls, not just one, but I don't know how to do it.
2) There are 6 white balls and 3 black balls in Urn II by condition. So I'm using combinations: P(A)=(6*3)/(9!/2!*7!)=3/6=1/2.
3) I'm also not sure about this one, but it seems that I have to construct a probability tree.
I would greatly appreciate it if you could help me solve it or give me a piece of advice. Thank you in advance!