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(frac 14)
(frac 84)
(frac 12)
1

1
(frac 25)
(frac 75)
(frac 45)

1
(frac 79)
(frac 29)
(frac 59)

1
(frac 7{10})
(frac 2{10})
(frac 3{10})
• ### A card is drawn randomly from a pack of cards and a dice is thrown once. Determine the probability of not getting a card of king as well as 6 on the dice.

(frac {1}{13})
1
(frac{10}{13})
(frac {13}{10})

(frac {12}1)
1
(frac 1{12})
;i:4;s:22:
• ### The king, queen and jack are removed from a deck of 52 playing cards and then well suffled. One card is selected from the remaining cards. Find the probability of getting the numbered 10 or ace.

(frac 51)
(frac 15)
(frac {3}{49})
(frac {49}{52})

(frac 23)
(frac 15)
(frac 32)
1
• ### A deck of cards in which a card of diamond numbered 4 is replaced instead of a card of club numbered 5. What is the probability of getting the numbered 4 or face cards.

(frac {17}{52})
(frac {52}{17})
(frac {4}{17})
1

1
8
5
17

(frac 56)
(frac 35)
1
(frac 16)

1
(frac 1{26})
(frac 5{26})
(frac 7{26})

(frac 1{10})
(frac 15)
1
(frac3{50})
• ### There are 40 students in a class. Among them, 15 are boys and remaining girls. If 15 of them study Optional Maths, find the probability of selecting a girl studying Optional Maths.

(frac {15}{35})
1
(frac {64}{15})
(frac {15}{64})
• ### In a survey of student, it is found that 60% ride cycle and 30% do not play CD player. Find the probability of selecting a student riding cycle but playing the CD player.

(frac {50}{21})
(frac {21}{50})
(frac {30}{50})
1