# If 8 rooks (castles) are randomly placed on achessboard,

## Problem 17 Chapter 2

First Course in Probability | 8th Edition

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Problem 17

If 8 rooks (castles) are randomly placed on achessboard, compute the probability that none ofthe rooks can capture any of the others. That is,compute the probability that no row or file containsmore than one rook.

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