Another proposed theory in genetics gives the corresponding probabilities for the four types of plants described in Exercise 33 as 5/16, 4/16, 1/16, and 6/16. Ten plants are selected. Find the probability that 5 will be tall and colorful, 2 will be tall and colorless, 2 will be short and colorful, and 1 will be short and colorless. |

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