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The probabilities of a student getting I, II and III division in an examination are 110,35and14 respectively. The probability that the student fails in the examination is
(a) 197200

(b) 27100

(c) 83100

(d) none of these


Solution

b 27100Pstudent gets first division=110Pstudent gets second division=35Pstudent gets third division=14Pstudents fails =Pstudent does not get first division×Pstudent does not get second division×Pstudent does not get third division                      =1-1101-351-14                      =910×25×34                      =54200                      =27100

Mathematics
RD Sharma XII Vol 2 (2015)
Standard XII

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