## Quant Question Of The Day: 206

**There are 5 balls numbered from 1 to 5 in a box. A ball is picked from the box and placed back, then again a ball is picked. What is the probability that the product of the numbers on two balls is even? **

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**There are 5 balls numbered from 1 to 5 in a box. A ball is picked from the box and placed back, then again a ball is picked. What is the probability that the product of the numbers on two balls is even? **

**let’s calculate when the product is odd = when both the numbers are odd = 3/5*3/5 = 9/25**

**hence when the product is even = 1-9/25 = 16/25**

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