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311. A basket contains four red apples and an unspecified number of green apples. Four apples are randomly selected. What is the smallest number of green apples that makes the probability of finding at least one green apple among the four at least 99.9 percent? 312. (Continuation) What is the smallest number of green apples that makes the probability of choosing four green apples at least $99.9%$ ?

Given,

A basket contains four red apples and an unspecified number of green apples.

Four apples are randomly selected.

To find:

What is the smallest number of green apples that makes the probability of finding at least one green apple among the four at least ?