Must solve GMAT practice questions in Discrete Probability. A couple of questions usually appear in the GMAT quant section from discrete probability.

#### 700 800 Level GMAT Sample Question | Probability

If two distinct integers a and b are picked from {1, 2, 3, 4, .... 100} and multiplied, what is the probability that the resulting number has EXACTLY 3 factors?

- \\frac{4}{25 \times 99})
- \\frac{2}{25 \times 99})
- \\frac{8}{25 \times 99})
- \\frac{16}{25 \times 99})
- \\frac{32}{25 \times 99})

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