Some green balls are transferred from bag 1 to bag 3; now probability of choosing a yellow ball from bag 3 becomes 3/16. Find the number of remaining balls in bag 1. |
There are 3 people - A, B and C. Probability that A speaks truth is 3/10, probability that B speaks truth is 3/7 and probability that C speaks truth is 5/6. For a particular question asked, at most 2 people speak truth. All people answer to a particular question asked. |
What is the probability that B will speak truth for a particular question asked? |
There are 3 people A B and C. Probability that A speaks truth is 3/10 probability that B speaks truth is 3/7 and probability that C speaks truth is 5/6. For a particular question asked at most 2 people speak truth. All people answer to a particular question asked. |
A speaks truth only when B does not speak truth then what is the probability that C does not speak truth on a question? |
Rahul and Saif appear for an interview for two vacancies. The probability of Rahul's selection is 1/3 and that of Saifs selection is 1/5. 0.26. |
Find the probability that both of them will be selected. |
Rahul and Saif appear for an interview for two vacancies. The probability of Rahul's selection is 1/3 and that of Saifs selection is 1/5. 0.26. |
Find the probability that none of them is selected. |
Rahul and Saif appear for an interview for two vacancies. The probability of Rahul's selection is 1/3 and that of Saifs selection is 1/5. 0.26. |
Find the probability that at least one of them is selected. |
Rahul and Saif appear for an interview for two vacancies. The probability of Rahul's selection is 1/3 and that of Saifs selection is 1/5. 0.26. |
Find the probability that only one of them is selected. |
In a bilateral cricket series between India and Australia, the probability that India wins the first game is 0.4. If India wins any game, the probability that it wins the next game is 0.3; otherwise the probability is 0.2. |
Find the probability that India wins the first two games. |
In a bilateral cricket series between India and Australia, the probability that India wins the first game is 0.4. If India wins any game, the probability that it wins the next game is 0.3; otherwise the probability is 0.2. |
Find the probability that India wins at least one of the first two games. |
In a bilateral cricket series between India and Australia, the probability that India wins the first game is 0.4. If India wins any game, the probability that it wins the next game is 0.3; otherwise the probability is 0.2. |
Find the probability that India wins the first three games. |
In a bilateral cricket series between India and Australia, the probability that India wins the first game is 0.4. If India wins any game, the probability that it wins the next game is 0.3; otherwise the probability is 0.2. |
Find the probability that India wins exactly one of the first three matches. |
In a bilateral cricket series between India and Australia, the probability that India wins the first game is 0.4. If India wins any game, the probability that it wins the next game is 0.3; otherwise the probability is 0.2. |
Find the probability that India wins exactly one of the first two games. |
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