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Probability lies between:

If a sample S = {1, 2}, the number of all possible sub-sets are:

The probability of drawing any one spade card is:

Two dice are rolled. Probability of getting similar faces is:

An arrangement in which the order of the objects selected from a specific pool of objects is important called

For the following 11 hypertensive patients compute mean deviation from the median. 184, 17 , 168, 188, 162, 164, 174, 172, 178, 166, 188

The probability of an event cannot be:

In a particular study the number of observation was 14 for males and 12 for females. The mean values for males was 118.3 amd 1 7. for females. Variance was 7 .1 for males and 82.5 for females. Calculate standard error

A number between 0 and 1 that is use to measure uncertainty is called:

If three coins are tossed, the number of possible outcomes is:

If we toss a coin and P(H) = 2P(T), then probability of head is equal to:

A box contains 2 red, 3 black and 4 blue balls.3 balls are randomly drawn from the box.What is the probability that the balls are of different colors?

A fair coin is tossed 100 times, the expected number of heads is:

Which of the following is a measure of Spread?

When two dice are rolled, the maximum total on the two faces of the dice will be:

A die and a coin are tossed together. Probability of getting head on the coin is:

The six faces of the die are called equally likely if the die is:

In the simultaneous tossing of two perfect dice, the probability of obtaining 4 as the sum of the resultant faces is

Urinary concentration of lead in 15 rural children ( milimole per litre per 24 hour) is .2, 2.6, .1, 1.1, .4, 2. , .8, 1.3, 1.2, 1.5, 3.2, 1.7, 1.9, 1.9, 2.2 Calculate median for the above data.

The digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 are the roll numbers of 5 students. These roll numbers are written on the paper slips and two paper slips are selected at random without replacement. What is the number of possible combinations?

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