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Probability of solving a mathematical problem by A, B, and C respectively are \( \frac{1}{3}, \frac{1}{2} \: and \: \frac{1}{4}\). If they try to solve the problem indepently. Find the probability that : (i) The problem is solved. (ii) exactly one of them solve the problem (iii) exactly two of them solve the problem.

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