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Set A and B (Posted on 2002-05-29) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Consider the following two sets:

Set A = { 2,3,4,6 }
Set B = { 2,5,7,9 }

What is the probability that two randomly chosen elements from B would add up to be more than the product of two randomly chosen elements from A?

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answer to the problem | Comment 7 of 8 |

The required probability is 5/12.

Nice problem.

  Posted by K Sengupta on 2007-03-09 05:22:12
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