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    A problem on geometric probability

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    Two persons, A and B, agree to meet at a place between 10 a.m to 11 a.m. The first one to arrive waits for 20 minutes and then leave. If the time of their arrival is independent and at random, what is the probability that A and B meet?

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    Let A and B arrive at the place of their meeting x minutes ...

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    Use of inequalities and geometric aspect of sample space and favorable events space are explained in the solution.