# Clever boy

**Discrete Mathematics**Level 2

Ashish, while posting a question thought that giving four options, the solver will easily predict the answer. So, in order to make the question tough, he threw an unbiased dice. And whatever number appeared, was multiplied by the four options making some additional set of options.

For an explicit example, if 3 appeared on the dice, then ashish gave (4×3=12 options).

If it is known that an even number appeared on the dice then what is the probability that you will get 16 options.Give your answers by rounding of to two decimal places.

If you think this is an impossible scenario then enter 777 as the answer.

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