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If three books are taken out at random, find the probability that all the three are on the same subject.

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20 books. 12 on circuit theory. 8 on mathematics.

you pick 3 at random.

probability that all 3 are on circuit theory would be 12/20 * 11/19 * 10/18 probability that all 3 are on mathematics would be 8/20 * 7/19 * 6/18

probability that all 3 are either on circuit theory or on mathematics would be:

(12/20 * 11/19 * 10/18) + (8/20 * 7/19 * 6/18) you can see this with smaller numbers.

assume 5 books total.

3 on circuit theory 2 on math you pick 2 at random.

probability all on circuit theory is 3/5 * 2/4 = 6/20

probability all on math is 2/5 * 1/4 = 2/20 probability either all circuit theory or all math is 6/20 + 2/20 = 8/20

let abcde be the books.

look for all permutations of de that would be de and ed that should be 2 occurrences out of 20 total possible occurrences is 8 / 20 which is the same as derived above. .possible permutations of 2 are: ab ac ad ae ba bc bd be ca cb cd ce da db dc de ea eb ec ed assume abc are books on circuit theory look for all permutations of ab or ac or bc that would be ab ba ac ca bc cb that should be 6 occurrences out of 20 assume de are books on math.

6 d²y/dx² = d/dx [42. find the equation of the line best fitting those points. and d²y/dx² will always equal 0 at any point.11500) / (600 .20² ] m = (20020 . it's a constant number.11500) / (600 .400) m = 42. so when we differentiate it will disappear. sumX = 0+2+4+6+8 = 20 sumY = 7+13+43+145+367 = 575 sumXX = 0²+2²+4²+6²+8² = 120 sumXY = 0*7 + 2*13 + 4*43 + .6x] = 42. .6 equation of any straight line: y = mx + c equation of line through the given points: y = 42.20*575 ] / [ 5*120 .sumX*sumY ] / [ n*sumXX .6x + c We don't have to find out c. differentiate the equation: dy/dx = d/dx [42. = 4004 n=5 gradient = m = [ n*sumXY ..Find dy/dx and d^2y/dx^2 at x=1 and x=0 ? Use the following data to solve the problem : x02468 y 7 13 43 145 367 Ans: First step.400) m = (20020 .6] = 0 So dy/dx will always equal m at whatever point..(sumX)² ] m = [ 5*4004 .

5) = 0. p = 0.06699 .001.0.001.1% of the population is involved in a certain type of accident each year. If its 10000 policy holders were randomly selected from the population. and 0<=x<=5 --I used a TI calculator and got binomcdf(10000. what is the probability that not more than 5 of its clients are involved in such an accident next year? ---------It's binomial with n=10000.An insurance company has discovered that only about 0.

x3 = 3 and y0 = 1.5 p = 0. x1 = 1. y2 = 1 y3 = 10 We form the difference table From the above table we have.5). (3y0 = 6 Using Newton forward difference formula y(x) = y0 + p(y0 + Here h = 1.Find the cubic polynomial which takes the following values y(0) = 1. (2y0 = 2. To compute y (0.25 2+ 6 .5) = y0 + p (y0 + = 1 + 0.5 since x0 = 0 and h = 1 y (0. Hence or otherwise. (y0 = ²1. therefore p = x y (x) = 1 + x (²1) + = 1 ² x + (x2 ² x) + (x3 ² 3x2 + 2x) y (x) = x3 ² 2x2 + 1 which is the polynomial 6 where x = x0 + ph from which we obtained the above tabular values. Here x0 = 0. y0 = 1. y(1) = 0. x0 = 0. y(2) = 1 and y(3) = 10.5 (²1) + = 6.5) Here x0 + ph = x = 0. x0 = 0. y1 = 0. obtain y (0. x2 = 2.

? find a real root of the transcendental equation cosx-3x+1=0 correct to four decimal places using iteration method.6071. x(n+1) = [cos(xn) + 1]/3 is simple. in two iterations (eat your heart out. .4. Bill!) the result converges to 0. I also confirmed analytically that there is only one real root. Note: if you want a specific iterative equation for this problem.60710.Cosx-3x+1=0 find the real root using iteration method people. Taking an initial guess of x0 = 0. Why not use the tried and tested? For this problem Newton-Raphson gives x(n+1) = xn + [cos(xn) . Rounding to 4 decimal places gives the real root as 0.3.60710. well-behaved and converges in 6 iterations to 0.xn + 1]/[sin(xn) + 3] where n indicates the iteration number.

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