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ID: GRE-QCQ-18
Section: Quantitative Reasoning - Comparison
Topics: Probability; Combination/Selection of objects
Difficulty level: Challenging

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A garden has only equal number of roses and tulips. Two flowers are selected randomly.

Quantity AQuantity B
Twice the probability that both the flowers selected are rosesProbability that one of the flowers selected is rose and the other is tulip
AQuantity A is greater
BQuantity B is greater
CThe two quantities are equal
DThe relationship cannot be determined from the information given