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From a set of cards numbered 1 to 20 a card is drawn at [#permalink] New post 09 Oct 2003, 22:16
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From a set of cards numbered 1 to 20 a card is drawn at random. Find the probability that the number is
a. is divisible by 4
b. is greater than 15
c. is divisible by 4 and greater than 15
If the card is divisible by 4 and it is not replaced, find the probability that
d. the second card drawn is even
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 [#permalink] New post 13 Oct 2003, 23:16
a. 5 such numbers, so P=5/20=1/4
b. 5 such numbers, so P=5/20=1/4
c. 2 such numbers, so P=2/20=1/10
d. one even from 10 initial is out, so P=9/19
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 [#permalink] New post 01 Jan 2004, 08:45
Hi stolyar,

Shouldn't the probability of the last question be
5/20 * 9/19
( Probability that card is divisible by4 ) * ( probability that card is even )

if this is not correct then please provide an explaination. It is so frustrating that araspai has not posted the answer.
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 [#permalink] New post 02 Jan 2004, 19:04
anandnk wrote:
Hi stolyar,

Shouldn't the probability of the last question be
5/20 * 9/19
( Probability that card is divisible by4 ) * ( probability that card is even )

if this is not correct then please provide an explaination. It is so frustrating that araspai has not posted the answer.


No. We are already GIVEN that the first card is divisible by 4. Hence, it already happened with probability 1.
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