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Probability Part 1 (in Hindi)
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## Shubham Agrawal is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Shubham Agrawal
IIT Roorkee Grad. IIM L |Dropout. SBI PO 2017 Topper and Dropout. Full Time Educator.

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Nice DI ma'am.. perfect DI for preliminary
Anupama Rani
9 months ago
Thanku so much debopam.. keep practicing
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1. Probability

2. About Me Shubham Agrawal IIT Roorkee 2013 graduate IIM Dropout SBI PO under 100 ranker (dropout) Left job to pursue my passion- Education

3. Sample Space Total number of possible outcomes. Eg Tossing a coin: 2 (H,T) Throwing a dice: 6 (1,2,3,4,5,6) Th rowing a couple of dice: 36

4. Mutually Exclusive If the events can't happen simultaneously. Eg. H and T in coin 1 and 2 in dice

5. l Equally Likely If chances of the events are same. No bias. Eg. H and T in coin 1 and 2 in dice

6. Independent If occurring of one event is not dependent on other. Eg. Result of first and second throw of a dice

7. Probability No.of events favourable to A Sample Space PCA) = 0 s P(A) s1

8. Probability No.of events not favourable to A Sample Space P(A)- P(A) + P(A)-1

9. l Odds Odds in Favour P(A)/P(A) Odds Against P(A)/P(A)

10. Questions Two dice are thrown simultaneously. The probability of obtaining a total score of seven 1S

11. Questions A bag contains 5 green and 7 red balls. Two balls are drawn. The probability that one is green and the other is red is

12. Questions Q. A bag contains 5 green and 7 red balls. Two balls are drawn. The probability that one is green and the other is red is GR-RG

13. Questions A bag contains 5 white and 7 black balls and a man draws 4 balls at random. The odds in favour of these being all black is:

14. Questions There are three events E1, E2 and E3. one of which must, and only one can happen. The odds are 7 to 4 against E1 and 5 to 3 against E2. The odds against E3 is .

15. Questions A card is drawn at random from a well shuffled pack of 52 cards. Find the probability of getting (i) a jack or a queen or a king, (ii) a two of heart or diamond (ii) !

16. And/Or

17. Concept AND OR AND-> A n B Probability will be multiplied OR -> A U B Probability will be added

18. S2xS) S2xsI S2xS S2 SI

19. Questions A man and his wife appear for an interview for two posts. The probability of the husband's selection is 1/7 and that of the wife's selection is 1/5 . The probability that only one of them will be selected is

20. Questions The odds against P solving a problem are 8:6 and odds in favour of Q solving the same problem are 14: 10 The probability of the problem being solved, if both of them try it, is

21. Questions Q. The odds against P solving a problem are 8: 6 and odds in favour of Q solving the same problem are 14: 10 The probability of the problem being solved, if both of them try it, is 1 2 6 32+44 l2x7 2 G 4 32_ L 24 424

22. Questions The odds against P solving a problem are 8: 6 and odds in favour of Q solving the same problem are 14: 10 The probability of the problem being solved, if both of them try it, is Q. 12 1 ceast 1 success-s 2)

23. Questions Q. Six dice are thrown. The probability that different number will turn up is:. 1,2 3,4,, 2D2 20 - 26 6 4 3621246 6 3 2

24. Questions Q. Four balls are drawn at random from a bag containing 5 white, 4 green and 3 black balls. The probability that exactly two of them are white is: 5 W,n,34 2 12 12 2

25. Questions Q. The probability that A can solve a problem is 2/3 and B can solve it is 3/4. If both 1S attempt the problem, what is the probability that the problem gets solved?

26. Questions Q. The probability that A can solve a problem is 2/3 and B can solve it is 3/4. If both attempt the problem, what is the probability that the problem gets solved? lA)-213 3 14

27. Questions Q. Three integers are chosen at random from the first 20 integers. The probability that their product is even, is

28. Questions Q. A die is loaded in such a way that each odd number is twice as likely to occur as each even number. If E is the event of a number greater than or equal to 4 on a single toss of the die, then P(E) is:

29. Questions Q. A and B are two independent events. The probability that both A and B occur is 1/6 and the probability that neither of them occurs is 1/3. The probabiljty of occurrence of A is. 6PIA) 2. 0

30. Questions Q. In each of a set of games it is 2 to 1 in favour of the winner of the previous game. The chance that the plaver who wins the first game shall win three at least of the next four is 2 33 3 33 33 23