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  • in reply to: permutation and combination #554

    rohit pandey
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    this is if first choice is g1 which has ten ways now for b1 also there willbe 10 ways.


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  • in reply to: de groot #552

    rohit pandey
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    got the above questions
    another question
    n people are seated in random manner in a row containing 2n seats ,what is probability that no two people will occupy adjacent seats.


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  • in reply to: de groot #551

    rohit pandey
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    and the same problem for a circle.


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  • in reply to: probability #543

    rohit pandey
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    if we take m=1 and n=5 it is not divisble by 5 so we cant generalize m and nas odd will always yield numbers divisible by 5 .


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  • in reply to: permutation and combination #542

    rohit pandey
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    shruti the answer for q2 is indeed 20 but i will have to explain it in class.hint -try forming a tree its really big.

    and for q1 if you take and sum the different permutations of 7 numbers form set you will find the sum of 4 options is divisible by 9 hence 4*7!.


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  • in reply to: permutation and combination #520

    rohit pandey
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    answer is 2^6


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  • in reply to: probability #515

    rohit pandey
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    just one correction p(a)=60c10/90c10
    and p(a∩b)=30c10/90c10

    so p(aubuc)=3*{60C10-30C10}/90C10

    sorry had misplaced the values as i was sleepy

    and p(aubuc) covers the possibility of two balls not being selected.


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  • in reply to: probability #507

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    take three events
    A={NO RED BALL}
    B={NO BLUE BALL}
    C={NO WHITE BALL}
    SO WE NEED TO FIND P{AUBUC}=?

    SO P(A)=30C10/90C10 P(B) AND P(C) WILL BE SAME
    NOW P(A∩B)=60C10/90C10 P(B∩c) and p(A∩C) WIL BE SAME

    NOW P(A∩B∩C)=0 {CANT HAPPEN}
    SO P(AUBUC}=3*{30C10-60C10}/90C10


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  • in reply to: probability #504

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    the answer is {6*7!/2!}/6^7

    realised the above answer is wrong
    first there are 7! ways for dice to get numbers since two numbers are same so divide by 2! and since there are six numbers that will be repeated there are 6 cases so multiply it by 6


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  • in reply to: permutation and combination #502

    rohit pandey
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    for q 1

    even digits are 0 , 2 , 4 ,6 ,8

    so probable 4 digits are 1.0246=0+2+4+6=12
    2.2468=2+4+6+8=20
    3.4680=4+6+8+0=18
    4.6802=6+8+0+2=16
    5.8024=8+0+2+4=14

    only option 1 and option 3 is divisible by 3

    so permutation of option1=4!-3!
    ( we do -3! factorial because we need 4 digit numbers and thus we fix 0 at fourth place and form permutations and subtract it from total permutations}
    and
    permutation of option2=4!-3! {same thing again}
    this is a probable answer

    where did you get this question?


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  • in reply to: permutation and combination #501

    rohit pandey
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    for q2
    at least 2 digits same means
    we take cases for
    1.2 same digits
    2.3 same digits
    3.4 same digits

    and add them up

    for case 1-5*4*3*2/2!
    for case 2 – 5*4*3*2/3!
    for case 3 – 5*4*3*2/4!
    now add all of them up
    this is a probable solution


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  • in reply to: probability #500

    rohit pandey
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    there are 7 different dices _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    for 1st dice it can take any 6 numbers but other 6 dices will have permutation of 6*5*4*3*2*1*6
    total no of events =6^7

    so probability=6*5*4*3*2*1*6/6^7

    maybe right maybe wrong


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  • in reply to: Varian workbook q.2.11 #496

    rohit pandey
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    no the budget line will not touch the axes.


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  • in reply to: Varian workbook q.2.11 #489

    rohit pandey
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    dont confuse yourself with variables at first just follow the question and calculate coordinates for 5000$ on boring business magazine and trendy consumer magazine.

    the question is about plotting points on graph and the calculate slope using y-y1=m(x-x1)
    where m is slope m=y2-y1/x2-x1.
    lawyer mba
    5000$ on business mag(3000 , 10000)(x1,y1)
    5000$ on consumer mag(5000 , 6000 )(x2,y2)

    so y-10000/x-3000=-4000/2000

    so the budget line is y+2x=16000
    where y=M and x=L


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