# "The number of ways urn II receives exactly two balls is"

1.  " 135"

2.  "27"

3.  "270"

4.  "None of these"

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270

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# "The minimum number of steps required to construct CBBAA is"

1.  "4"

2.  " 6"

3.  "5"

4.  "3"

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6

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# "The number of ways in which ball 1 goes to urn I is"

1.  "256"

2.  "64"

3.  "320  "

4.  "None of these"

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256

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# "The total number of ways in which the balls can be distributed in the urns is"

1.  "625"

2.  "1,024 "

3.  "120"

4.  "None of these"

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1,024

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# "The minimum number of steps required to construct BB from CA is"

1.  "4"

2.  " 3"

3.  "8  "

4.  " Cannot be constructed"

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Cannot be constructed

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# "The number of ways in which the balls can be distributed in the urns, such that no urn is empty, is "

1.  "120"

2.  "240 "

3.  "119"

4.  "None of these"

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240

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# "The number of ways in which the balls can be distributed such that all the balls go into one urn is "

1.  "4"

2.  " 24"

3.  "120"

4.  "None of these"

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4

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# "The number of words in the collection {CBB, CAB, CBA, CAA, BC} that can be constructed from CA is"

1.  " 5"

2.  " 4"

3.  " 3"

4.  " 2"

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3

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# "In the above set of questions, if the number of balls is changed from five to three and the number of urns is changed from four to three, then in how many ways can the balls be distributed such that only one urn is empty"

1.  " 18"

2.  "9"

3.  "24"

4.  "None of these"

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18

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1.  "59"

2.  "86 "

3.  "107"

4.  "114"

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