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Chessboard (Posted on 2004-01-14) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Three different squares are chosen randomly on a chessboard.

What is the probability that they lie in the same diagonal?

No Solution Yet Submitted by Ravi Raja    
Rating: 3.5000 (8 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
No Subjectzoccer2007-02-06 21:27:29
sorry charliemike2004-02-08 12:48:14
re(2): grammar JUST A REMARKAdy TZIDON2004-02-08 01:12:58
re: grammarCharlie2004-02-07 22:20:18
grammarmike2004-02-07 22:05:42
correct solutionmike2004-02-07 19:40:21
solutionEliza2004-02-01 02:41:36
No SubjectEliza2004-02-01 02:38:55
re: ChessboardCharlie2004-01-24 10:11:43
SolutionChessboardPurna2004-01-24 06:32:37
solutiongreg boussard2004-01-21 14:14:58
CHESSBOARDmobb2004-01-18 13:40:09
chessboardmobb2004-01-18 13:34:27
re(2): Corrected solutionPenny2004-01-14 19:59:55
Questionre: Corrected solutionSilverKnight2004-01-14 19:05:18
SolutionCorrected solutionPenny2004-01-14 19:00:46
Questionre: Simple solution (no program used)SilverKnight2004-01-14 16:31:32
Simple solution (no program used)Penny2004-01-14 16:23:13
Solutionsolution, simplification?SilverKnight2004-01-14 15:59:22
SolutionsolutionCharlie2004-01-14 15:43:24
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