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Set A = {1,2,3,4,5} Pick randomly one digit and remove it. What is the prob. that we pick an odd digit the 2nd time.

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How to know if two points are diagonally aligned?

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What is the difference between faster by factor and faster by percent?

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On average, how many times must I roll a dice until I get a $6$?

18 votes

High school Math: confusion about the basic probability

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How many unique ways are there to arrange the letters in the word HATTER?

13 votes

Are triangles the strongest shape?

10 votes

A die is rolled 3 times. What is the probability that a five is rolled at least twice?

10 votes

Is $\frac{5x}{3}$ The Same As $\frac{5}{3}x$?

9 votes
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Why does $sin$ of supplementary angles have equal values?

8 votes

Proof by Contradiction on prime numbers

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Propositional Logic : Absorption - Why is it so?

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How to graph this sin equation?

7 votes

Scaling and rotating a square so that it is inscribed in the original square

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What's the best polygon for tiling the plane?

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Why are events $A$ and $B$ independent whilst events $A$ and $C$ are not?

5 votes
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Why do we use inclusion and exclusion here?

5 votes

drawing balls from urn calculated using combinations

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$3$ red balls and $7$ blue balls are randomly placed in a row. What is the probability that no two red balls are adjacent?

5 votes

How is this word problem converted into algebra?

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Health Risk Probability

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how can I count all possibilities with 4 letters minus 1, then 2, then 3?

4 votes

How many pairs of two distinct integers chosen from the set {1, 2, 3, ..., 101} have a sum that is even?

4 votes

if $a+ b = 9 $and $ab = 1$. what will be the $a^3 + b^3 =$?

4 votes

Probability that a random variable is greater than another?

4 votes

How many ways are there to arrange two digits into an n digit number, when both digits must be used?

4 votes
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Permuting men and women in Supreme Court

4 votes

How many ways can I sort 50 distinct items into 2 lists with no repetition, order matters?

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Ordering without repetition

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Cummulative Probability 5% chance per iteration

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