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There are 8 mice in a cage... 3 white males, 3 gray females, and 2 gray males. Two mice are selected simultaneously and at random, and their colors are noted. Find the pr that at least one mouse is a male given that exactly ones is grey.

I am not sure if I set up the tree correctly, so I just went by with combinations. I did: C(3,1)C(2,1)/C(3,1)C(2,1)+C(3,1)C(3,1), but that did not work. Why was that approach wrong?