|The probabilities of having two, three or four successful crosses after selecting six crosses at random when 1 in 200 are successful|
|Number of successful crosses in the six randomly selected crosses||Probability of occurrence of this number of successful crosses||Equals one chance in:|
|Four||1 x 10-8||100,000,000|
|Three||2 x 10-6||404,533|
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