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# Mary and Joe are to throw three dice each. The score is the

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15 Aug 2008, 01:32
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Mary and Joe are to throw three dice each. The score is the sum of points on all three dice. If Mary scores 10 in her attempt what is the probability that Joe will outscore Mary in his?

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15 Aug 2008, 01:37
nmohindru wrote:
Mary and Joe are to throw three dice each. The score is the sum of points on all three dice. If Mary scores 10 in her attempt what is the probability that Joe will outscore Mary in his?

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15 Aug 2008, 09:00
this is tough one. too tough for gmat i think.

what is OA and source?
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15 Aug 2008, 22:46
PatrickBateman wrote:
this is tough one. too tough for gmat i think.

what is OA and source?

OA is B)

Source is gmatclub tests
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