Hi UR,

I re-read your posts, and If I understand them,

you are saying that the equally likely cases are the numbers of reds and greens.

5 red 0 green = same likelihood as

4 red 1 green = same likelihood as

3 red 2 green = same likelihood as

2 red 3 green

Like that defines 4 equally likely cases.

Is that what you're saying?

Otherwise I don't understand where we differ.

Best,

BN

yep! same probability... cuz there is no random distribution. I'll post this in that topic so we can continue this discussion there not here