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# The president of the USA serves terms of four years, with a maximum of

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14 Jan 2018, 08:53
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Question2: The president of the USA serves terms of four years, with a maximum of two terms. If a century sees 16 presidents, how many of them served a second term?

Question 3: We have x red balls and x blue balls in a bag. The probability of getting 2 red balls in succession is 2/9. What's x?

I do not remember the answer options for above-mentioned questions but would appreciate If someone would provide the solutions.

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14 Jan 2018, 08:57
KlausHarvey wrote:
Question2: The president of the USA serves terms of four years, with a maximum of two terms. If a century sees 16 presidents, how many of them served a second term?

Question 3: We have x red balls and x blue balls in a bag. The probability of getting 2 red balls in succession is 2/9. What's x?

I do not remember the answer options for above-mentioned questions but would appreciate If someone would provide the solutions.

Thanks
HK

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