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Mathematics for IT

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Course Name        BSc IT (Bachelor of Science in Information Technology)

Subject Code       BT0063 (Mathematics for IT )

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Subject : Mathematics for IT

     BT0063 : PART - C    

Q. 1How many different seven-person
committees can be formed each containing
three female members from an available set of
20 females and four male members from a set
of 30 males?
 D)None of the above
Q. 2In a batch of 500 pens, 50 are found to be
defective. A pen is selected at random from
batch, find the probability that it is non-
Q. 3Two unbiased dice are thrown. Find the
probability that the same score on the first dice
as on the second.
 D)None of the above
Q. 4In a class of 60 students, 50% students
read marathi newspaper and20% read English
newspaper. If 10% students read both, find the
probability that a student selected at a random
reads either marathi or English newspaper.
Q. 5Two factories produce identical clocks. The
product of first factory consists of 10000 clocks
of which 100 are defective. The second factory
produces 20000 clocks of which 300 are
defective. What is probability that a particular
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