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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?

A graphical device used to list all possibilities of a sequence of outcomes in systematic way is

To label a statistical test definitely significant, the p-value should be

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

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

The outcome of tossing a coin is a:

For a normal distribution the total area under the curve is

The data obtained on 26 young healthy adult subjects gave the mean systolic blood pressure as 113.1 mmHg with a standard deviation (SD) of 1 .3 mmHg. Calculate standard error.

A measure of the chance that an uncertain event will occur:

Two dice are rolled. Probability of getting total less than 4 or total more than 10 is given by:

The probability of drawing any one spade card is:

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

The probability of an event cannot be:

A fair die is rolled. Probability of getting more than4 or less than 3 is given by:

Probability lies between:

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

A letter is chosen at random from the word "Statistics". The probability of getting a vowel is:

Calculate the median for the following data. 6, 7, 8, 1 , 11, 2, 3, 2, 8, 8

The mean systolic blood pressure of 5 young individuals is 115 mmHg with a standard deviation of 11.2 mmHg. Calculate 95 percent confidence interval.

Six digits are selected at random again and again from a random number table and the even digits are counted each time. In most of the cases, the number of even digits will be

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