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Can you calculate the probability that the pair of socks was Yellow both the times?

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There is a dressing drawer which contains the following colored socks in pairs: Purple, Magenta, Crimson, White, Yellow and Turquoise. Now, the socks are paired and each pair is together in the matching set. There is no light in the room and you open the drawer and pick up a pair. Then, without noticing any color, you keep them back and pick up again.

Can you calculate the probability that the pair of socks was Yellow both the times?

posted Nov 13, 2014 by Varuna Magar

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1/6 * 1/6 = 1/36

answer Nov 21, 2014 by Sourabh Prasad



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