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Q: What is the probability of picking odd numbers from 1 to 20?

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The probability is 11/21.

The probability is 8/20.

The probability of picking a distinct set of 3 numbers from 20 is1/[20!/(3!)(17!)]= 1/1140The probability of only picking 3 from 20 is1/20

The probability, in a single random selection, is 1/20 or 0.05

The first 20 odd numbers are: 13579111315171921232527293133353739.

There are 20 odd numbers in 40.

A 1 out of 5 chance, or 20%

There are 69 odd numbers between 20 and 158.

The probability, in one draw, is 6/20 or 30%

There are 40 odd numbers between 20 and 100. Remember that an odd number is every second number. There are 80 numbers between 20 and 100, so there are 40 odd numbers and 40 even numbers.

how many odd numbers is there between 20 and 158

25

The probability of picking a 15 or a 16 from the random set [1-20] is 2 in 20, or 1 in 10, or 0.1.

If you mean "the sum of three odd numbers", that isn't possible. The sum of three odd numbers will always be an odd number.

There are 20 odd numbers between 19 and 57

set of odd numbers divisible by 2 between 10 and 20

The answer is 20*20 = 400

The difference is 2. (23 - 21 = 2).If we are talking about two odd numbers that come right after the number 20 then we mean the two consecutive odd numbers after 20.The difference between any consecutive odd numbers (or between any consecutive even numbers) is always 2.

4,6,8,9,10,12,14,15,16,18 :)

It is 319830986772877770815625.

All of the odd numbers in that range can be factors.

The odd prime numbers less than 20 are 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, and 19.

20 of them.

half of (50 - 20)

The probability is 1 over 20.