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Let the probability of success be 'x' and the probability of failure be 'y' By the problem,x-y=3/13---------(1) But we already know that x+y=1-------(2) adding (1) and (2), x-y+x+y=3/13+1 2x=(3+13)/13 2x=16/13 x=16/26 x = 8/13 Now substituting 'x' in (2), 8/13 + y = 1 y=1-8/13 y=(13-8)/13 y=5/13. Therefore,probability of success 'x' is 8/13 and the probability of failure 'y' is 5/13.

Let , The probability of success = x The probability of failure = y probability of success - probability of failure = 3/13 x - y = 3/13 We know that probability of success + probability of failure = 1 x+y = 1