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John wrote a phone number on a note that was later lost. John can remember that the number had 7 digits, the digit 1 appeared in the last three places and 0 did not appear at all. What is the probability that the phone number contains at least two prime digits?

a) 15/16
b) 11/16
c) 11/12
d) ½
e) 5/8

Above question, which is from question bank shared on forum itself, is quite difficult. Can someone explain multiple solutions with detailed inputs?

Probability is tough nut to crack! :!: :!:

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John wrote a phone number on a note that was later lost. John can remember that the number had 7 digits, the digit 1 appeared in the last three places and 0 did not appear at all. What is the probability that the phone number contains at least two prime digits?

a) 15/16
b) 11/16
c) 11/12
d) ½
e) 5/8

Above question, which is from question bank shared on forum itself, is quite difficult. Can someone explain multiple solutions with detailed inputs?

Probability is tough nut to crack! :!: :!:

Appreciate your help


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