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# How do I solve this probability question? It is hurting my head?

There are three apples and four bananas on a tray. If three of these pieces of fruit are selected at random, what is the probability that at least two bananas are selected?

Answer choices: 6/7, 2/7, 11/35, 6/35, 22/35, & 18/35

Could someone please explain why the answer isn't 2/7? Also,please explain how I arrive at the correct answer in as simple way as possible. Math is my ruination so I am very weak. Thanks!

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- DamienLv 51 month agoFavorite Answer
NEVER take statistics ever again, it is just as evil as calculus

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