# How many four digit EVEN numbers have all 4 digits distinct

1.  2240

2.  2296

3.  2620

4.  4536

4

2296

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# Three different circuits for biasing junction transistor amplifiers are given below The correct decreasing order of preference of these circuits from the point of view of bias stabilization is

1.  I,II,III

2.  III,II,I

3.  II,III,I

4.   I,III,II

4

II,III,I

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# Seven(distinct) are car accidents occurred in a week.What is the probability that they all occurred on the same day

1.  1/77

2.  1/76

3.  1/27

4.  7/27

4

1/76

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# The minimum number of cards to be dealt from an arbitrarily shuffled deck of 52 cards to guarantee that three cards are from same suit is

1.  3

2.  8

3.  9

4.  12

4

9

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# The MOSFET switch in its on-state may be considered equivalent to

1.  Resistor

2.  Inductor

3.  Capacitor

4.   Battery

4

Capacitor

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# In the transistor circuit shown in the figure, collector-to-ground voltage is +20v. Which of the following is the probable error

1.  Collector-emitter terminals shorted

2.  Emitter to ground connection open

3.  10KΩ resistor open

4.   Collector-base terminal shorted

4

Emitter to ground connection open

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# E1 and E2 are events in a probability space satisfying the following constraints: Pr(E1)=Pr(E2) Pr(E1υE2)=1 E1 and E2 are independent The value of Pr(E1),The probability of event E1 is

1.  0

2.  1/4

3.  1/2

4.  1

4

1/2

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# Consider two events E1 and E2 such that probability of E1,Pr(E1)=1/2,probability of E2,Pr(E1)=1/3 and probability of E1 and E2,Pr(E1 and E2)=1/5.Which of the following statements(s) is/are TRUE

1.  Pr(E1 or E2) is 2/3

2.  Events E1 and E2 and E3 are independent

3.  Events E1 and E2 are not independent

4.  Pr(E1/E2)=4/5

4

Events E1 and E2 are not independent

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# Two girls have picked 10 roses,15 sunflowers and 14 Daffodils.What is the number of ways they can divide the flowers amongst themselves

1.  1638

2.  2100

3.  2640

4.  None of these

4

2640

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1.  0.3

2.  0.25

3.  0.35

4.  0.4

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