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Question number: 1

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A loaded dice has the probabilities of turning up 1,2, 3,4, 5, and 6 respectively. If it is thrown twice, what is the probability that the sum of the numbers that turn up in even? (December)

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Question number: 2

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In a series of five Cricket matches, one of the captains call ‘Heads’ every time when the toss is taken. The probability that he will win 3 times and loss 2 times is – (December)

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Question number: 3

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A ball is picked at random from one of two boxes that contain 2 black, 3 white and 4 white, 3 black balls respectively. What is the probability that it is white? (June)

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Question number: 4

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An unbiased dice is thrown three times successively. The probability that the numbers of dots on the uppermost surface add up to 16 is – (December)

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