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Testbook Test Series: Probability  Random Variable
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is it $\frac{1}{4}$?
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answer is 1/6;
we have 3 number x,y,z if we take random variable total number of permuation for a>b>c are 6 and for only one permutation the result will be x>y>z
hence 1/6
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