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If the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 are randomly selected, and no number can

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If the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 are randomly selected, and no number can be selected more than once, then what is the probability that the numbers are selected in ascending numerical order?


A. 1/24

B. 1/12

C. 5/24

D. 9/24

E. 2/3


1/4*1/3*1/2*1/1 = 1/24
IMO A

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Total number of ways the 4 numbers can be selected=4!=24
The way the numbers can be chosen to be in ascending order is only 1.
So the ans is option A 1/24

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