Three symmetrical dice are thrown. The probability of having different points on them is

1.  35/36

2.  4/9

3.  5/9

4.  1/36

4

35/36

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Two dice are thrown at a time and the sum of the numbers on them is 6. The probability of getting the number 4 on any one of them is

1.  2/5

2.  1/5

3.  2/3

4.  1/3

4

2/5

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Two symmetrical dice are thrown. The probability of getting a sum of 7 points is

1.  4/36

2.  5/36

3.  6/36

4.  1/36

4

6/36

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Three symmetrical dice are thrown. The probability of obtaining a sum of 17 points is

1.  1/72

2.  1/54

3.  1/216

4.  5/216

4

1/72

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A cubical die is thrown 6 times. The probability that 2 and 4 will turn up exactly 3 times each is

1.  1/66

2.  ∠6/66

3.  (∠6/∠3∠3)x(1/66)

4.  1

4

(∠6/∠3∠3)x(1/66)

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The probability that a leap year will have 53 Sundays or 53 Mondays is

1.  1/7

2.  2/7

3.  3/7

4.  4/7

4

3/7

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The probability of drawing an honour card from a well shuffled pack of 52 playing cards is (K, Q, J, A are honour cards)

1.  2/13

2.  3/13

3.  4/13

4.  5/13

4

4/13

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A problem in EAMCET examination is given to three students A, B and C, whose chances of solving it are 1/2, 1/3, 1/4 respectively. The probability that the problem will be solved is

1.  3/4

2.  1/24

3.  1/4

4.  23/24

4

3/4

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Two symmetrical dice are thrown at a time. If the sum of the points on them is 8, the probability that one of them will show a face with 3 points is

1.  1/5

2.  2/5

3.  3/5

4.  4/5

4

2/5

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1.  1/5

2.  1/4

3.  1/3

4.  1/8

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