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# Probability

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Bill has a set of 6 black cards and a set of 6 red cards. Each card has a number from 1 through 6, such that each of the numbers 1 through 6 appears on 1 black card and 1 red card. Bill likes to play a game in which he shuffles all 12 cards, turns over 4 cards, and looks for pairs of cards that have the same value. What is the chance that Bill finds at least one pair of cards that have the same value?
a. 8 / 33
b. 62 / 165
c. 17 / 33
d. 103 / 165
e. 25 / 33

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29 Dec 2017, 01:07
kapil1 wrote:
Bill has a set of 6 black cards and a set of 6 red cards. Each card has a number from 1 through 6, such that each of the numbers 1 through 6 appears on 1 black card and 1 red card. Bill likes to play a game in which he shuffles all 12 cards, turns over 4 cards, and looks for pairs of cards that have the same value. What is the chance that Bill finds at least one pair of cards that have the same value?
a. 8 / 33
b. 62 / 165
c. 17 / 33
d. 103 / 165
e. 25 / 33

Discussed here: bill-has-a-set-of-6-black-cards-and-a-set-of-6-red-cards-each-card-157417.html

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