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# There are 2 aces in each of the given set of cards placed face down. From which set are you certain to pick the two aces in the first go?

**Solution:**

Given, there are 2 aces in each of the given set of cards placed face down.

We have to determine from which set we are certain to pick the two aces in the first go.

Considering option (a)

There are 4 cards out of which 2 are aces.

Therefore, there is no possibility to pick two aces in the first go.

Considering option (b)

There are 5 cards out of which 2 are aces.

Therefore, there is no possibility to pick two aces in the first go.

Considering option (c)

There are only 2 cards.

2 cards contain only 2 aces.

Therefore, there is a possibility to pick two aces in the first go.

Considering option (d)

There are 6 cards out of which 2 are aces.

Therefore, there is no possibility to pick two aces in the first go.

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**☛ Also Check: **NCERT Solutions for Class 7 Maths Chapter 3

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## There are 2 aces in each of the given set of cards placed face down. From which set are you certain to pick the two aces in the first go

**Summary:**

There are 2 aces in each of the given set of cards placed face down. From set (d) you are certain to pick the two aces in the first go.

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