2n boys are randomly divided into two subgroups containing n boys each. The probability that the two tallest boys are in different groups is April 9, 2022 by Ezee_Notes with no comment Maths Problems Question : 2n boys are randomly divided into two subgroups containing n boys each. The probability that the two tallest boys are in different groups is (A) \dfrac{n}{2n-1} (B) \dfrac{n-1}{2\left( n-1\right) } (C) \dfrac{n-1}{4n^{2}} (D) none of these Answer : option (A) Solution : Related Previous Post There are 20 cards Ten of these cards have the letter ‘L ’ printed on them and the other 10 have the letter ‘I’ printed on them If three cards are picked up at random and kept in the same order, the probability of making word IIT is Next Post A draws a card from a pack of n cards marked 1, 2, 3…n. The card is replaced in the pack and B draws a card. Then the probability that A draws a higher card than B is