## Get a ClueProbability puzzles require you to weigh all the possibilities and pick the most likely outcome.
In Clue (called Cluedo in some countries, including its origin, England), you attempt to solve a murder mystery. There are six possible suspects, six possible weapons that the murderer could have used, and nine possible locations for the murder to have occurred.
If you guess a random suspect, a random weapon, and a random room, what is the probability of getting at least one right? ## Answer31/81.The total number of possibilities is 324 (6*6*9). The number of completely wrong guesses is 200 (5*5*8). So the number of partially or fully correct guesses is 124 (324-200). The probability is 124 out of 324, which can be reduced to 31 out of 81. Hide ## What Next?
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