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Tiles number from 1 to 6 is placed in a bag are drawn out to determine which of six tasks will be assigned to six people. What is probability that the tiles numbered 5 and 6 are drawn consecutively? F) 2/3 G) 2/5 H) 1/2 J) 1/3

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  1. anonymous
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    Out of the given answers it is 1/3 there are only one tile each having number 5 and number6 if either is drawn, it is acceptabe so two acceptable solutions are 5 and 6 i.e 2 solutions total possible solutions are 6 So 2/6 is 1/3

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