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There is a set of cards, numbered 1 to 6. If one card is selected and

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Hello!

Hope you can help me answer this probability question. (Probability is the topic I'm worst at. )

There is a set of cards, numbered 1 to 6. If one card is selected and then returned and another is selected again, what is the probability that at least 1 of the two cards is 3 given that the sum of the two cards is 8?

A) 1/6
B) 1/5
C) 1/3
D) 2/5
E) 2/3

Thank you!

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01 Sep 2017, 04:42
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julianeuy wrote:
Hello!

Hope you can help me answer this probability question. (Probability is the topic I'm worst at. )

There is a set of cards, numbered 1 to 6. If one card is selected and then returned and another is selected again, what is the probability that at least 1 of the two cards is 3 given that the sum of the two cards is 8?

A) 1/6
B) 1/5
C) 1/3
D) 2/5
E) 2/3

Thank you!

Discussed here: six-cards-numbered-from-1-to-6-are-placed-in-an-empty-bowl-55311.html

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