Suppose that there is one hotel with nine floors (first floor = ground floor + 1) where the math seminar takes place, four brilliant mathematicians who are guests of the hotel, one drunk receptionist and four invitation letters for night party each addressed to single one of the mathematicians. All mathematicians are in the conference room which is on the ground floor . At the one moment one of the mathematicians comes out of the conference room and goes to the floor where his room is by elevator. Since he is drunk, receptionist forgets to deliver a invitation letter to mathematician. Ten minutes later, since he is drunk, he takes randomly one of the letters instead of all four and goes after mathematician. Receptionist enters the elevator but he doesn't know on which floor mathematician's room is. Only thing that he knows for sure is that room isn't on second, fourth, sixth and ninth floor .
What is probability that receptionist on the first try goes to the right floor where the mathematician is and that letter which he carries is addressed exactly to that mathematician?