**Problem 2.2.4 Your Starburst candy has 12 pieces, three pieces of each of four flavors: berry, lemon, orange, and cherry, arranged in a random order in the pack. You draw the first four pieces from the pack. (a) What is the probability P[F1] they are all the same flavor? (b) What is the probability P[F4] they are all different flavors? (c) What is the probability P[F2] that your Starburst has exactly two pieces of each of two different flavors?**

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