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First Semester 2015-2016

Tutorial Sheet-1

Course No. MATH F113 Course title: Probability and Statistics

at least once in 4 throws of a die , but not seeing a double 6 at least in 24

throws with 2 dice ?

subscribes Hindu and 10% subscribes both. If a person selected at random,

(a) What is the probability that he subscribes at least one of the two

news papers ?

(b) What is the probability that he subscribes exactly one of the two

news paper ?

Question 3: The sum of 2 non-negative quantities is equal to 2n. Find the

chance that there product is not less than 3/4 times there greatest product.

2 blanks; B has threes shares in lottery in which there are 3 prizes and 6

blanks; Compare the probability of As success to Bs success.

the same birthday ? Assume that 365 days in a year and that all days are

equally likely.

chance that a particular person receives r(< n) biscuits.

out repetition). Find the probability that the number formed is divisible by

4.

the probability of the face marked n, landing on top when the die is rolled

is proportional to n. Find the probability that an odd number will appear

on tossing the die.

B and C are pairwise independent and A is independent of (B C), then

A, B and C are mutually independent.

Question 10: Two persons throw a pair of dice once each. What is the

probability that the outcome of the 2 throws are equal.

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2

Question 11: The probability that a dealer will sell at least 20 televisions

in a day is 0.45 and the probability that he will sell less than 24 televisions

is 0.74. What is the probability that he will sell 20, 21, 22 and 23 televisions

during the day ?

P ((A B) (A B)) = 0.

Question 13: If A,B and C are any three events such that P (A) = P (B) =

P (C) = 14 , P (A B) = P (B C) = 0, P (A C) = 81 . Find the probability

that at least one of the event A,B or C occurs.

where it is known that outcome wj+1 is twice as likely as outcome wj , j =

1, 2, , N 1. If Ak = {w1 , w2 , , wk } find P (Ak ).

are chosen at random with replacement. Find the probability that the num-

bers on the tags will be consecutive integers.

Question 16: A sign reads ARKANSAS. Three letters are removed and

put back into the three empty space at random. What is the Probability

the sign still reads ARKANSAS?

A and B are 2 independent witnesses in a case and both of them agree in a

statement. What is the probability hat the statement is true?

their respective output 3%, 2% and 2% of items are defective. On a certain

day M1 has produced 20% while M2 and M3 produced 40% each of total

output respectively. An item selected at random is found defective. What

is the probability that the item is from M1 or M3?

Question 19: What is the probality that a leap year selected at random

will have 53 sundays?

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