This is again a probability based puzzle which has been asked in the interviews of many top companies.
You have 50 red marbles, 50 blue marbles and 2 jars. All 100 marbles should be placed in either of the jars. One of the jars is chosen at random and then one marble will be chosen from that jar at random.
How would you maximize the chance of drawing a red marble? What will be the probability of doing so?
Try to get more intuitive with the way you will distribute the marbles. The number of marbles in each of the jar does not have to be equal.
Can you solve it now?
Find the detailed answer in the video or you can read it here.
So, you will end up with a chance of almost 75 percent of picking a red marble.
If you want to dig deep into this problem, then you can try proving that this is the best possible solution?
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