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Set S consists of all prime integers less than 10. If two numbers are chosen form set S at random, what is the probability that the product of these numbers will be greater than the product of the numbers which were not chosen?

I think it should be specified that two 'different' numbers are chosen. if not then 7,7 is also a possibility and then the probability will not be 1/2.

S = { 2,3,5,7} Number of ways for chosing two numbers = 4c2 = 6 Number of out comes where product of two numbers is greater than product of remaining numbers = 3 (3*7, 5*7, 3*5)

So probability = 3/6 = 1/2

Different numbers need not be specified as the set has each number only one. If it is repeated many times then "different number" wording should be used.