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# PROBABILITY QUESTION

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20 Mar 2018, 03:12
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Six positive no.s are taken at random and are multiplied together, then what is the probability that the product ends in an odd digit other that 5?

A. (0.2)^6
B. 0.5
C. (0.4)^6
D. 0.6

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20 Mar 2018, 04:22
Question looks so hard

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20 Mar 2018, 10:25
aggvipul wrote:
Six positive no.s are taken at random and are multiplied together, then what is the probability that the product ends in an odd digit other that 5?

A. (0.2)^6
B. 0.5
C. (0.4)^6
D. 0.6

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