# Vanshee has randomly chosen eight distinct numbers from the first 2016 natural numbers.What is the probability that some pair of numbers of the chosen eight has a difference which is divisible by 7?

### Asked by sivakumaranm | 3rd Dec, 2017, 01:06: PM

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### Answered by Arun | 6th Dec, 2017, 01:23: PM

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