probability

Asked by deepak.embedded | 12th Feb, 2010, 01:28: PM

Expert Answer:

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Consider tha probability to find a smaller square(1)= 1/64   since there are 64 square s in chess board

the probability to find a square(2) in such that it has common corner with square(1) =  4/64

the probability to find a square(3) in such that it has common corner with square(1)of square (2) =  6/64

the probability that these square  have exactly two corners but no side common =1X4X6/643 =24 /643

 

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Answered by  | 13th Feb, 2010, 12:16: PM

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