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CBSE - IX - Mathematics - Probability

TWO DICE ARE THOWN AT SAME AND THE PRODUCT OF NUJMBERS APPERING ON THEM IS NOTED .FIND THE PROBABILITY THAT THE PRODUCT IS LESS THAT 9.

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CBSE - IX - Mathematics - Probability

what is does at least 60% mean?

 

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what is does at least 60% mean?

 

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CBSE - IX - Mathematics - Probability

Three unbiased coins are tossed together . Find the probability of getting 1. Two heads. 2. At least two heads. 3. No heads

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If P(event E) = 0.47 then find the value of P(not E).

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i am very scared my finals are fast approaching i think i am prepared yet will writing a pre broad exam help me ?

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A florist made as many identical bunches of flowers as she possibly could using a total of 100 carnations and 150 tulips and 200 lilies.how many flowers did she use in each bunch? options: 5:9:10:20

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define the following in brief and also with one example each 1.probability 2.trails 3.random experiment 4.sample space 5.alimentary event 6.compound event

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what is random

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