# Drawing/Selecting/Picking Two/Three/More Numbered Cards

# Problem 1

A bag contains 6 balls numbered 1 to 6 and 2 balls are drawn at random. Find the probability of drawing the balls numbered 1 or 2

Solution Ans :

3 |

5 |

# Problem 2

In a lottery with 30 tickets numbered 1 to 30, two tickets are drawn simultaneously. The probability that none of the two tickets drawn has a prime number is

Solution Ans :

38 |

87 |

# Problem 3

In a lottery of 50 tickets numbered 1 to 50, 2 tickets are drawn simultaneously. Find the probability that both the tickets may have prime numbers or may have composite numbers.

Solution Ans :

666 |

1,225 |

# Problem 4

If 2 numbers are ordinary selected from 20 consecutive natural numbers, find the probability that the sum of the two numbers is a) an even number b) an odd number

# Problem 5

A box contains 25 tickets numbered 1 to 25. Two tickets are drawn at random. What is the probability that the product of the numbers is even.

Solution Ans :

37 |

50 |

# Problem 6

Cards are numbered to 1 to 25. Two cards are drawn at random. Find the probability that the number on one card is multiple of 7 and on the other is a multiple of 11.

**Solution**

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# Problem 7

Out of the first 25 natural numbers two are chosen at random. Find the probability for one of the numbers to be a multiple of 3 and the other to be a multiple of 5 is

Solution Ans :

13 |

100 |

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