A fruit bowl contains 5 oranges and 2 apples and another bowl contains 3 oranges and 6 apples. If one fruit is taken fro

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Q 2444091853.     A fruit bowl contains 5 oranges and 2 apples and another bowl contains 3 oranges and 6 apples. If one fruit is taken from each bowl, then

I. What is the probability that both the fruits are apples?

II. What is the probability that fruit taken from first bowl is an orange and from second bowl is an apple?
IBPS-CLERK 2017 Mains
A

I>II

B

I

C

I=II

D

I≥II

E

Relation between I and II cannot be determined

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