There are two covers A and B; each containing paper slips with natural numbers from 1 to 7 written on them. One slip is drawn from each cover. Using them, a two digit number is formed with a number from A in the units place and the number from B in the tens place. How many such two digit numbers can be formed? What is the probability that a two digit number so formed is even?Submitted on 4/2/2024 | Answered by Vandana Rana

Answer :

Number of slip in cover A = 7
Numbers of slips in cover B = 7
Numbers formed with a number from cover A in the units place and a number from cover B in the tens place are as follows: