# Probability 28111

1. What is the probability that we write an even number from the numbers from 1 to 20?

2. We randomly draw one ticket From the eighteen tickets numbered 1 - 18. What is the probability that the ticket drawn will have:

a) a number divisible by 3

c) a prime number

d) a number divisible by 6

2. We randomly draw one ticket From the eighteen tickets numbered 1 - 18. What is the probability that the ticket drawn will have:

a) a number divisible by 3

c) a prime number

d) a number divisible by 6

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