(A) For a base ten positive integer P drawn at random between 10 and 99 inclusively, determine the probability that the first two digits (reading left to right) in the base ten
expansion of 2^{P} is equal to P-1.

(B) For a base ten positive integer P drawn at random between 10 and 99 inclusively, determine the probability that the first two digits (reading left to right) in the base ten expansion of 6^{P} is equal to P-1.

(In reply to

exploration turned up something strange by Jer)

1. I got the same with log +excel.

2. Please Edit your post, **replacing "to" by "no",** if you wish