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PART A 1 . Define sample space. 2 . Define mutually exclusive events. 3 . Define probability of an event. 4 . State the axioms of probability. 5 . State addition law of probability. 6 . Define conditional probability. 7 . State multiplication rule of probability. 8 . Distinguish between conditional and unconditional probabilities.; 9 . State the theorem on total probability. 10. State Baye’s theorem. 11. If A and B are mutually exclusive events with P(A) = 0.4 and P(B)= 0.5 , find P(A∪B). 12. Let A and B be independent events with P(A) = 0.5 and P(B) = 0.8 , find P( A ∩ B ). 13. If A and B are mutually exclusive events with P(A) = 0.29and P(B)= 0.43, find P(A ∩ B ). 14. If A and B are events with P(A) = 3/8 , P(B) = ½ and P(A∩B)= ¼ , find P(Ac∪Bc). 15. If A and B are events with P(A) = ¾ , P(B) = 5/8 prove that P(A∩B) ≥ 3/8. 16. Prove that the probability of an impossible event is zero. 17. Prove that P( A ) = 1 – P(A). 18. IF B ⊂ A , prove that P(B) ≤ P(A). 19. If A and B are independent events , prove that A and B are also independent events. 20. If A and B are independent events , prove that A and B are also independent events. 21. If A and B are independent events , prove that A and B are also independent events. 22. From 21 tickets marked with 20 to 40 numerals, one is drawn at random. Find the chance that it is a multiple of 5. 23. If you flip a balanced coin, what is the probability of getting at least one head 24. A is known to hit the target in two out of 5 shots whereas B is known to hit the target in 3 out of 4 shots. Find the probability of the target being hit when they both try. 25. Four persons are chosen at random from a group containing 3 men,2 women and 4 children. Find the chance that exactly two of them will be children 26. The odds in favour of A solving a mathematical problem are 3 to 4 and the odds against B solving the problem are 5 to 7.Find the probability that the will be solved by at least one of them. 27. A die is loaded in such a way that each odd number is twice as likely to occur as each even number. Find P(G) ,where G is the event that a number greater than 3 occurs on a single roll of the die. 28. Tow dice are thrown together. Find the probability that total of the numbers on the

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