HI, thanks for the feedback,
my issue with this explanation is, we learn at least 1 dog is M and I agree with the 3 remaining possibilities.
However, the question is "What is the probability that the other one is a male?" Not, "what is possibility that both are males", and it also doesn't tell you whether the first one is M or F, since the statement was that at least one is a M.
I interpreted it like this: you pick one dog, and must find out what is possibility the other one is a male.
I'm not a native speaker. So you interpret the question like "what is possibility that b