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There are 4 black socks and 4 white socks in a drawer. Now you have to go out wearing your shoes.
So how many minimum number of times you need to remove the sock from drawer so that you can go out?
Black => B
White => W
So Answer => THREE
Atul have 100 pairs of pink socks, 88 pairs of red socks and 77 pairs of orange socks. Everything is mixed in a draw. As there is no light he were not able to identify the color of the socks.
How many of the socks did he want to take to match one pair of socks?
If there are ten blue socks, ten red socks and ten brown socks in a drawer in a dark room how many socks must be removed to ensure they contain: (a) a matching pair? (b) a blue pair?
It’s midnight and there is power failure. You have twenty two green socks and thirty five purple socks in your dresser drawer. How many socks do you have to take out to be sure of having a pair that matches.
A man has 53 socks in his drawer. They are 21 identical blue, 15 identical black and 17 identical red. The light went off and he is in complete darkness. How many socks must he take out to be 100% certain that he has a pair of black socks?
Cathy has twelve black socks and twelve white socks in her drawer.
In complete darkness, and without looking, how many socks must she take from the drawer in order to be sure to get a pair that match?
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