[#2] PS Challenge : Probability -- Winner: Nagging

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ok, i am back. again a PS. Time yourself. the fastest and correct answer wins. Imagine a parking lot with 500 cars with license plates numbered from 001 to 500 and no two cars having the same license plate number. At 6 pm, they all leave...
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Three numbers are chosen at random w/o replacement from (1,2,3...10). The probability that the minimum no is 3 or the maximum no is 7 is...


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The question reduces down to the probability of 4 cars being chosen in ascending order. So uou have four cars. Only one arrangement is the ascending order. total arrangements possible are 4!=24. Therefore, the required probability is 1/4! that is 1/24.

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Nagging is right. the answer is 1/24

Sincerely
Aejaz

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The answer is 1/4! = 1/24.

The logic is that if you randomly select any 4 cars(numbers), the number of way
u can arrange these numbers in 4! ways and only 1 way out of them will
be the ascending one.

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1/64 ?

Can't exaplain.. I use sixth sense for prob 😞

I am @saurabh.
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ok, i am back. again a PS.

Time yourself. the fastest and correct answer wins.

Imagine a parking lot with 500 cars with license plates numbered from 001 to 500 and no two cars having the same license plate number. At 6 pm, they all leave the lot one by one. What is the probability that the license plate numbers of the first four cars to leave are in increasing order of magintude?

1/8
1/16
1/24
1/64
1/128

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