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Random Chess Pieces Poser (Posted on 2016-08-29) Difficulty: 3 of 5
A queen, a rook and a bishop are randomly placed on distinct squares of an ordinary chessboard. Find the probability that:.
(i) The queen is under attack from either the bishop or the rook.
(ii) The bishop is neither under attack from the queen, nor under attack from the rook.

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Solutionre(3): computer aided solution (corrected answer)Charlie2016-08-30 21:30:02
re(3): computer aided solutionCharlie2016-08-30 19:58:28
re(2): computer aided solutionSteve Herman2016-08-30 09:00:30
re(2): computer aided solutionCharlie2016-08-30 07:45:29
re: computer aided solutionJer2016-08-29 21:23:12
computer aided solutionCharlie2016-08-29 16:31:03
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