2 Apples of 1 Kind

Three kinds of apples are mixed randomly in a box. How many apples must you take out to be sure of having at least two apples of one kind?


Four. If the apples are A, B, and C, it’s possible that you could take out one A, one B and one C with three apples, but the fourth apple must be one of the three kinds.

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