A student can solve 2 out of 4 problem of mathematics, 3 out of 5 problem of physics and 4 out of 5 problems of chemistry. There are equal number of books of math, physics and chemistry in his shelf. He selects one book randomly and attempts 10 problems from it. If he solves the first problem, then the probability that he will be able to solve the second problem is

A student can solve 2 out of 4 problem of mathematics, 3 out of 5 problem of physics and 4 out of 5 problems of chemistry. There are equal number of books of math, physics and chemistry in his shelf. He selects one book randomly and attempts 10 problems from it. If he solves the first problem, then the probability that he will be able to solve the second problem is

Question : A student can solve 2 out of 4 problem of mathematics, 3 out of 5 problem of physics and 4 out of 5 problems of chemistry. There are equal number of books of math, physics and chemistry in his shelf. He selects one book randomly and attempts 10 problems from it. If he solves the first problem, then the probability that he will be able to solve the second problem is