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## One Dice Problems

If a die is thrown , the probability of getting a number
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( 1 ) greater than x is , then x = ( Ans ; 3 )
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2
( 2 ) greater than x is , then x = ( Ans ; 2 )
3
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( 3 ) getting a factor of 108 is ( Ans ; )
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( 4 ) getting a perfect square is ( A ns ; )
3
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( 5 ) getting a prime number is ( Ans ; )
3
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( 6 ) the number turns up is not greater than 4 is ( Ans ; )
3
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( 7 ) P ( not divisible by 2 ) = ( Ans ; )
3
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Three face of a fair die are yellow , two face red and one face blue. The die is toss three time , the
probability that the colours yellow , red and blue appear in the first , second and third repectively is
1
( Ans ; )
36
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Expected frequency on rolling a die Problems

## A die is roll 360 times. Find the expected frequency of

( 1 ) a factor of 6. ( Ans ; 240 )
( 2 ) a prime number. ( Ans ; 180 )
If all the score obtain in these 360 trails are add together , what is the expected total score ? ( Ans ; 1260 )
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( 3 ) rolled 90 times , the expected frequency of not a prime number. ( Ans ; 30 )
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( 4 ) rolled 90 times , the expected frequency of a number divisible by 3. ( Ans ; 12 )
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( 5 ) rolled 120 times , the expected frequency of getting an odd number. ( Ans ; 40 )
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( 6 ) rolled x times , the expected frequency of a number which is multiple of 3 is 30, then the expected
frequency of a number not greater than 3 is ( Ans ; 45 )

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( 6 ) rolled k times , the expected frequency of a number which is not less than 3 is 120, then the expected
frequency of a number not greater than 2 is ? ( Ans ; 60 )
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( 7 ) rolled x times , the expected frequency of a number divisible by 3 turns up is 30. then n is
( Ans ; 90 )
( 8 ) rolled k times , the expected frequency of getting a factor of 6 is 240 , then k = ( Ans ; 360 )

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Two Dice Problems
st nd
A blue die ( or - 1 die ) and black die ( or – 2 die ) are rolled. Find the probability of
( 1 ) the total score on the two dice is 2 , 3 , 4 , …………., 12 and are they equally likely.
What is the most likely and the least likely score on rolling two dice. ( Text )
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( 2 ) the score on one die is prime and the score on other is even. ( Old Question )
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( 3 ) both die show the same number or score ( Old Question )
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( 4 ) both die show the difference number or score ( Complement )
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( 5 ) 1 die show even number and 2 die is odd. ( Old Question )
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( 5 ) blue die show the score 4 or black die show 4. ( Old Question )
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( 5 ) blue die show the score 4 and black die show 4. ( Complement )
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( 8 ) the score on the first die is 2 less than that on the second die. ( Old Question )
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( 9 ) multiple of 3 on 1 die and multiple of 3 on 2 die. ( Old Question )
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( 10 ) the total score is 3 or 4 or 5. ( Text )
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( 11 ) the total score is prime number. ( or) the total score on the two dice is prime. ( Text )
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( 12 ) the total score is greater than 7. ( Text )
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( 13 ) the sum of the score is less than 7. ( Old Question )
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( 14 ) the total score is multiple of 3. ( Old Question )

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## ( 15 ) getting a total of 10 or more. ( Old Question )

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( 16 ) the total score will be perfect square. ( Old Question )
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( 17 ) the total score will not be perfect square. ( Old Question )
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( 18 ) the sum of the score is odd. ( Old Question )
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( 19 ) the sum of the score is even. ( Old Question )
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( 20 ) the product of the score is even. ( Old Question )
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( 21 ) the product of the score on the two dice is divisible by 4. ( Old Question )
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( 22 ) the product of the score on the two dice is not divisible by 4. ( Old Question )
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( 23 ) the product of the score on the two dice is divisible by 6 or 9. ( Old Question )
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( 24 ) the product of the score is greater than 15. ( Old Question )
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( 25 ) the product of the score is multiple of 6. ( Old Question )
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( 26 ) getting a 1 on the blue die ( or - 1 die ) or a 6 on the blue die ( or - 1 die ). ( Text )
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( 27 ) getting a 1 on the blue die ( or - 1 die ) or a 6 on the black die ( or – 2 die ) . ( Text )
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( 28 ) getting the score on the blue die ( or - 1 die ) is 1 and black die ( or – 2 die ) is greater than 4.
( Text )
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( 29 ) getting blue die ( or ) 1 die is greater than black die ( or ) 2 die . ( Text )
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( 30 ) the score on the second die is greater than that on the first die. ( Old Question )
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Complement Question
( 31 ) at least one die show 3.
( 32 ) at most one die show 3.
( 33 ) just one die show 3.
( 34 ) exactly one die show 3.

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## ( 35 ) either die show 3.

( 36 ) neither die show 3.
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1 marks
1
The total score is ‘x’ on rolling two dice , x < 7 and P ( x ) = , then x = ? ( 2012 မြန္၊ကရင္၊တနသၤာရီ )
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( Ans; ( 5 ) B.)

1
The total score is ‘x’ on rolling two dice , x > 6 and P ( x ) = , then x = ? ( 2009 ႏိုင္ငံျခား )
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( Ans; ( 7 ) A.)

1
The total score is ‘x’ on rolling two dice , x > 5 and P ( x ) = , then x = ? ( 2005 ရွမ္း၊ကယား )
12
( Ans; ( 10 ) D.)
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Expected frequency on rolling two dice Problems
( 1 )Two fair dice are thrown 108 times. Find the expected frequency of obtaining not total of 7. ( Ans; 5 )
( 2 ) 72 times , the expected frequency of perfect square . ( Ans; 12 )
( 3 ) 720 times , the expected frequency of maximum total score is ( Ans; 20 )
( 4 ) 180 times , the expected frequency of manimum total score is ( Ans; 5 )

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Tossing Coins Problems
Two Coins
2nd Coin

H T
st
1 Coin H (H ,H ) (H , T)
T (T ,H ) (T ,T )

Two coins are tossed at the same times , then the probability of
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( 1 ) getting two head ( 2012 ရန္ကုန္ ) ( Ans; )
4
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( 2 ) at least one tail ( 2015 ျပည္တြင္း ) ( Ans; )
4
3
( 3 ) at least one head ( 2011 , ရန္ကုန္ ) ( 2009 , ရန္ကုန္၊ မႏ ၱေလး ) ( Ans; )
4
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( 4 ) at most one tail ( 2013 ပဲခူး ) ( Ans; )
4
3
( 5 ) at most one head ( 2010 ႏိုင္ငံျခား ) ( Ans; )
4
3
( 6 ) not getting two tail ( Ans; )
4
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( 7 ) not getting two head ( Ans; )
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( 8 ) exactly one head / just one head / exactly one tail / just one tail. ( 2010 ရွမ္း၊ကယား ) ( Ans; )
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Three Coins

## HHH HHT HTH HTT

THH THT TTH TTT

Copy and complete this array of any ordered triples for the possible outcomes when 3 coins are tossed
simultaneously;
then the probability of
3
( 1 ) exactly one head ( Ans; )
8
3
( 2 ) exactly one tail ( Ans; )
8
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( 3 ) at least one tail ( or ) head ( Ans; )
8
3
( 4 ) exactly two heads ( or ) tails ( Ans; )
8
1
( 5 ) at least two tails ( or ) heads ( Ans; )
2
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( 6 ) at most two tail ( or ) heads ( Ans; )
8
3
( 7 ) two heads and a tail in any order ( Ans; )
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A coin is toss 4 times. Head or tail is record each time. Draw a tree diagram. Find the probability of
1
( 1 ) exactly one tail ( Ans; )
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( 2 ) at least one tail ( Ans; )
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( 3 ) the number of heads is more than the number of tails. ( Ans; )
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( 4 ) getting no tails ( Ans; )
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A coin is toss and a die is thrown. Head or tail and a number turn up are record each time. Draw a tree
diagram and list possible outcomes. Find the probability that
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( 1 ) a head and odd number turn up. ( Ans; )
4
1
( 1 ) a tail and odd number turn up. ( Ans; )
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## Number Cards’ Problems

Number Cards
A box contain six card numbered as 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 and 6 . A card is chosen and the card is not replaced.
Then another card is chosen. Write down the set of all possible outcomes. Find the probability of
1
( 1 ) getting two numbers where they are both odd numbers. ( Ans; )
5
1
( 2 ) getting two numbers where the product is an odd number. ( Ans; )
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Numbers – 2 , 3 , 5 , 6 , 7 & not replaced
2
( 1 ) getting a pair of numbers where the sum is a prime number. ( Ans; )
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Numbers – 2 , 3 , 4 , 6 , 7 & not replaced
3 3
( 1 ) getting two even numbers. ( Ans; ) ( 2 ) getting two prime numbers. ( Ans; )
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Each of numbers 1,2,3 is painted on a separated ball.The three balls are replaced in a bag and it is shaken
to mix of the balls. A ball is drawn and and then replaced , after which a second ball is drawn. Find the
probability that
2
( 1 ) the first ball has an even number and second ball has an odd number. ( Ans; )
9
2
( 2 ) the first ball has a number less than 3 and the second ball has a number greater than 2. ( Ans; )
9
1
( 3 ) the sum of the numbers on both balls will be 4. ( Ans; )
3
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Numerals Problem
How many two digit numerals can you form from 1,2,3,4 and 5 ? ( Ans; 25 )
Find the probability of
1
( 1 ) a numerals which is divisible by 4. ( Ans; )
5
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( 2 ) a numerals which is a prime number. ( Ans; )
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How many two digit numerals can you form from 0,1,2,3 without repeating any digit ? ( Ans; 9 )
5
Find the probability of a numerals which is divisible by 2. ( Ans; )
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How many three digit numerals can you form from 2,5,6 and 0 without repeating any digit ? ( Ans ; 18 )
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( 1 ) an odd number. ( Ans; )
9
5
( 2 ) a numerals which is a multiple of 5. ) ( Ans;
9
Draw a tree diagram to list all possible two digit numerals which can be formed by using the digits 2,3,5
and 6 without repeating any digit. If one of these numerals is chosen at random, find the probability that
1
( 1 ) it is divisible by 13. ( Ans; )
4
1
( 2 ) it is either a prime number or a perfect square. ( Ans; )
3
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A box contain 5 cards number as 2,3,4,5 and 9. A card is chosen , the number is recordd , the card is not
replaced. Then another card is chosen. Draw a tree diagram and find the probabilities of
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( 1 ) getting two prime numbers. ( Ans; )
10
3
( 2 ) getting two odd numbers. ( Ans; )
10
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Box A contain 4 pieces of paper numberd as 1 , 2 , 3 and 4. Box B contains 3 pieces of paper numberd as
5 , 6 and 7. One pieces of paper is chosen at random from a box A and then chosen from a box B. Draw
a tree diagram to list all possible outcomes of the experiments. Find the probability that
1
( 1 ) the product of the two numbers chosen is at most 10. ( Ans; )
3
1
( 2 ) the sum of the two numbers chosen is greater than their product. ( Ans; )
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Box A – 1,2,3,4 / Box B – 1,2
1
( 1 ) the product of the two numbers chosen is at least 4. ( Ans; )
2
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( 2 ) the sum of the two numbers chosen is equal to their product. ( Ans; )
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Number Spinning
A spinner is equally likely to point to any one the numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10.
1
What is the probability of scoring a number divisible by 2 ? ( Ans; )
2
If the arrow is spun 1000 times, how many would you expect scoring a number not divisible by 2 ?
( Ans; 500 )
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A spinner is equally likely to point to any one 1,2,3,4. Make a table of order pairs ( 1st spin,2nd spin ).Find
1
( 1 ) P ( second score is greater than 2 ) ( Ans; )
2
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( 2 ) P ( total score not less than 5 ) ( Ans; )
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A spinner is equally likely to point to any one the numbers 2,3,4 and 5. The spinner is spun once and then

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a die is rolled . Maked a table of ordered pairs ( Spinner , Die ). Find the probability that
3
( 1 ) the sum of two numbers is prime. ( Ans; )
8
5
( 2 ) the product of two numbers is a multiple of 2 but not multiple of 3 . ( Ans; )
12
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Letter Cards’ Problems
Eleven cards , bearing the letters E,X,A,M,I,N,A,T,I,O,N are placed in a box. Three cards are drawn out at
random without replacement. Calculate the probability that
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( 1 ) three cards bear the letter A,I,M in that order. ( Ans; )
459
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( 2 ) in any order. ( Ans; )
165
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letter – M,A,T,H,E,M,A,T,I,C & two cards are drawn out and not replaced
3
( 1 ) two cards are the same latters ( Ans; )
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letter – P,A,R,A,L,L,E,L & three cards are drawn out and not replaced
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( 1 ) the first two card bear differen letters. ( Ans; )
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Drawing Ball / Disc / Marbles & Car parking Problems
One bag ( or ) Box ( Replaced )
A box contains 15 balls of which 4 are white, 5 are red and 6 are blue. Two balls are to be drawn at
random in succession , each being replaced after its colour has been noted. Find the probability that
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( 1 ) two balls drawn out are of the same colour. ( Ans; )
225
209
( 2 ) at least one of the two balls drawn out is not white. ( Ans; )
225
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12 Discs – 3 white , 4 red and 5 blue / two discss are drawn out and replaced.
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( 1 ) two discs drawn out are blue. ( Ans; )
144
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( 2 ) exactky one of the two discs drawn out is blue. ( Ans; )
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1
A box contain 5 white balls , some red balls and some black balls. The probability of drawing a red ball is
3
1
, the probability of a black ball is . Find the total number of balls in the box. ( Ans; 30 )
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One bag ( or ) Box ( Not Replaced )
5 blue , 4 red , 3 white balls / two balls are drawn out and not replaced
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( 1 ) one ball is red and the other blue. ( Ans; )
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5 marbles – 3 blue , 1 white , 1 red / two marbles are drawn out and not replaced
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( 1 ) at least one blue marbles. ( Ans; )
10
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( 2 ) at most one blue marbles. ( Ans; )
10
3
( 3 ) exactly one blue marbles. ( Ans; )
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5 discs – 1 green , 2 yellow , 2 blue / two discs are drawn out and not replaced.
draw tree diagram.
1
( 1 ) two discs drawn out are the same colour. ( Ans; )
5
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( 2 ) two discs drawn out are different colour. ( Ans; )
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25 balls – 12 white , 5 red , 8 blue / three balls are drawn out and not replaced
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( 1 ) all three balls will be different colour. ( Ans; )
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10 red , 9 blue , 5 white balls / three balls are drawn out and not replaced
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( 1 ) all three balls are the same colour. ( Ans; )
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12 balls – 3 red , 3 blue , 3 green , 3 yellow / three balls are drawn out and not replaced
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( 1 ) the first is red , the second is green or blue and the third yellow. ( Ans; )
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6 red sweets , 4 yellow sweets , 5 green sweets / three sweets are taken out and not replaced
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( 1 ) the sweets will each be red. ( Ans; )
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A bag contains 3 white , 5 blue and 6 red marbles, find the probability that
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( 1 ) it is not red , when one marble is drawn at random. ( Ans; )
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( 1 ) ithey are both white , when two marbles are drawn at random one after another without replacement.
3
( Ans; )
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A box contains 2 black , 4 white and 3 red balls. One ball is drawn at random from the box, and kept aside.
From the remaining balls in the box, another ball is drawn at random and kept beside the first.This process
is repeated till all the ball are drown from the box. Find the probability that the balls drawn are in the
1
sequence of 2 black , 4 white and 3 red. ( Ans; )
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( 1 ) What is the probability that this marble will be red ? ( Ans; )
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Given that this marble is red and is not replaced in the bag ,
3𝑘−1
( 2 ) what is the probability that the next marble drawn at random will be red? ( Ans; )
8𝑘−1
4
If the probability of the next drawn at random is ,
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( 3 ) find the number of blue marbles in the bag. ( Ans; 35 )
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Car parking
In a car park, there are 7 white cars , 5 balck cars and x red cars. One car is chosen at random. Given that
1
the probability that it will be red is . Calculate the value of x ; ( Ans; 3 )
5
find the probability that
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( 1 ) the first three cars that will leave the car park will be different color. ( Ans; )
13
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( 2 ) the first three cars that will leave the car park will be the same color. ( Ans; )
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4 white cars , x balck cars / P ( black ) = , x=?, ( Ans; 2 )
3
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( 1 ) the first two cars that will leave the car park will be the same color. ( Ans; )
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Two bag ( or ) Box or more ( Replaced )

A bag A contains six red balls and five blue balls. A bag B contains one red balls and two blue balls.A ball is
randomly taken from bag A and then place in bag B. A ball is then randomly selected from bag B.Find the
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probability that the first ball is blue and the second ball is red. ( Ans; )
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There are three box A , B and C. A contains 3 white and 1 black balls, B contains 2 white and 2 black balls
and C contains 1 white and 3 black balls. From each of the three boxes, one ball is drawn at random. Find
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the probability that 2 whites balls and 1 black ball will be drawn. ( Ans; )
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Group of People Problems
The groups of children contain respectively 3 girls and 1 boy, 2 girls and 2 boys , 1 girl and 3 boys. One
3
child is selected random from each group. Find the probability that three selected are all boys. ( Ans; )
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3 boys and 1 girls , 2 boys and 2 girls , 1 boys and 3 girls
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( 1 ) 1 boy and 2 girls are chosen. ( Ans; )
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A family has four children. Draw a tree diagram to list all possible outcomes. If each outcome is equally
likely to occur, find the probability that
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( 1 ) the last two children are girls. ( Ans; )
4
3
( 2 ) exactly two children are boys. ) ( Ans;
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three children,
1
( 1 ) the first child is a boy. ( Ans; )
2
1
( 2 ) only the last child is a girls. ( Ans; )
8
1
( 3 ) the first two children born are boys. )( Ans;
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Out of the 20 applicants for a job there are 8 women and 12 men. It is desired to selected 3 person for the
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job. Find the probability that at least one person of the selected persons will be a man. ( Ans; )
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13 applicants – 5 women , 8 men ,
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the probability that at least one of the selected persons will be a woman. ( Ans;
)
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Examination Problems
5 mark
3 4 5
The probabilities of students A,B and C to pass the examination are , and respectively . Find
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the probability that
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( a ) at least one of them will pass the examination. ( Ans; )
120
3 4
P ( A passes the examination ) = , P ( B passes the examination ) = ,
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5
P ( C passes the examination ) = , ( 2015 ျပည္တြင္း )
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( 2009 ႏိုင္ငံျခား - တစ္ထပ္တည္း )
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2 3
( b ) P ( A passes the examination ) = , P ( B passes the examination ) = ,
3 5
1
P ( C passes the examination ) = ,
2
2
( i ) P ( only A and C will pass the examination ) = ? ( Ans; )
15
14
( ii ) P ( at least one of them will pass the examination ) = ? ( Ans; ) ( 2013 ရွမ္း၊ကယား )
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(c)
1 1
P ( A fails the examination ) = , P ( B fails the examination ) = ,
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P ( at least one of A and B pass the examination ) = ?. ( Ans; ) ( 2010 ရန္ကုန္ )
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( 2010 မြန္၊ကရင္၊တနသၤာရီ - တန္ဖိုးပဲကြာ )
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( d ) P ( P passes the examination ) = , P ( Q passes the examination ) = ,
6 4
5
( i ) P ( both P and Q will pass the examination ) = ?. ( Ans; )
8
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( ii ) P ( at most one of P and Q will fail the examination ) = ?. ( Ans; ) ( 2011 ပဲခူး၊ရခိုင္ )
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1 mark
4
The probability of each of the students A, B , C will pass the exam is , the probability that
5
4 124
( 1 ) will pass the exam is , the probability that at least one of them will pass is ( Ans;
)
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3
( 2 ) will pass the exam is , the probability that
4
3
( i ) only A will pass is ( Ans; )
64
9
( ii ) exactly one of them will pass is ( Ans; )
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( 3 ) will pass the exam is , the probability that only A and C will pass is ( Ans; )
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The probability of each of the students A, B , C to solve the problem is , the probability that only C will
3
2
solve the problem is ( Ans; )
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3
The probability of a student will not pass the exam is , the probability of he will pass the exam is
13
10
( Ans; )
13
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Tennis Game Problems
5 mark
2
Three tennis players A, B and C paly each other only once. The probability that A will beat B is , that B
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1 2
will beat C is and that C will beat A is . Calculate the probability that
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2 1 2
( a ) P ( A will beat B ) = , P ( B will beat C ) = , P ( C will beat A ) = ,
7 3 5
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A win both games. ( Ans; ) ( 2016 ျပည္တြင္း )
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## ပုံစံတူ တန္ဖိုးကဲြ ပုစာၦ

3 2 1
P ( A will beat B ) = , P ( B will beat C ) = , P ( C will beat A ) = ,
5 5 7
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( i ) A win both games. ( Ans; ) ( 2004 ရန္ကုန္ )
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1 2 2
( b ) P ( A will win B ) = , P ( B will win C ) = , P ( C will win A ) = ,
3 5 7
53
A or B win both games. ( Ans; ) ( 2013 မႏၲေလး )
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3 2 5
( c ) P ( A will beat B ) = , P ( B will beat C ) = , P ( A will beat C ) = ,
5 3 7
4
( i ) B win both games. ( Ans; )
15
4
( ii ) A will not win both games. ( Ans; ) ( 2009 ဧရာှတီ )
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1 mark
Two table tennis players P and Q play 25 games . From those games , the probability that P will win Q
is 0.6 . Then P did not win Q is
A. 15 games B. 12 games C. 11 games D. 10 games E. 8 games
( Ans; 10 games )

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Football Game Problems
5 mark
1 1 1
The probabilities of three teams , A , B and C , winning a football competitions are , and
4 8 10
respectively . Assuming only one tem can win , find the probability that
1 1 1
( a ) P ( A win ) = , P ( B win ) = , P ( C win ) = ,
4 8 10
3
( i )either A or B wins. ( Ans; )
8
13
( ii ) neither A nor C wins. ( Ans; ) ( 2014 ဧရာှတီ )
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1
Three football teams A, B and C paly each other only once. The probability that A will beat B is , that B
3
2 2
will beat C is and that C will beat A is . Calculate the probability that
5 7
6
( i )C win both games. ( Ans; ) ( 2014 ဧရာှတီ )
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1 mark
1
Two football teams M and N palyed 40 games. From those games , the probability that N will win M is
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and the probability that the two teams will draw is . Then M won N in
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A. 7 games B. 10 games C. 12 games D. 14 games E. 15 games
( Ans; 14 games )

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Other Game Problems
1
A , B , C fire one one shot each a target. The probability that A will hit the target is , the probability that
5
1 1
B will hit the target is and the probability that B will hit the target is . If they fire together , calculate
4 3
the probability that
1
( i ) all three shot hit the target. ( Ans; )
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( ii ) C’s shot only hit the target. ( Ans; ) ( 2002 ဧရာှတီ )
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Independent Events Problems
5 mark
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The probability of an event A happening is and the probability that event B happening is . Given that
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A and B are independent , calculate the probability that
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( i )neither event happens. ( Ans; )
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( ii ) just one of two events happens. ( Ans; ) ( 2015 ႏိုင္ငံျခား )
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Two independent events A and B each has two possible outcomes success or failure . The probability of
success in B is half the probability of success in A. If the probabilities of both A and B resulting in failure is
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. Calculate the probability that the outcomes of event B is success . ( Ans; ) ( 2007 ရခိငု ္)
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X and Y are two independent events. The probability that X will occur is twice the probability that Y will
occur and the probability that Y will not occur is four times the probability that X will not occur. Then find
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the probability that both X and Y will not occur. ( Ans; ) ( 2017 ႏိုင္ငံျခား )
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X and Y are two independent events. The probability that X will occur is twice the probability that Y will
occur and the probability that Y will not occur is three times the probability that X will not occur. Then find
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the probability that both X and Y will occur. ( Ans; ) ( 2010 မႏၲေလး )
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1 mark
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If A is an event such that 6 [ P ( A ) ] 2 = P ( not A ) , then P ( A ) = ( Ans; )
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If A is an event such that P ( not A ) = x , then [ P ( A ) ]2 = ( Ans; ( 1 – x )2 )
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If A is an event such that 2 P ( A ) = P ( not A ) + 0.2 , then P ( A ) = ( Ans; 0.4 )
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The probability of an event will occur is half of the probability of an event will not occur , then the
2
probability of an event will not occur is ( Ans; )
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If P ( not A ) = n P ( A ) , then P ( A ) = ( Ans; )
1+n
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The probability of an event A is 4 – 5x , then x can not be********
4 3 5 1 3 1
A. B. C. D. E. ( Ans; )
5 5 8 5 4 5
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The probability of an event X is 4 – 5x , then x can be********
1 1 1 4 3 3
A. B. C. D. E. ( Ans; )
2 3 4 3 4 4
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If A is an event such that P ( A ) = x and P ( not A ) = y , then x 3 + y3 =
A. 3xy B. 1 + 3xy C. 3xy – 1 D. 1 – 3xy E. none of these
( Ans; 1 – 3xy )
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For an event X , P ( X ) = a and P ( not X ) = b. If a2 – b2 = 0.4 . then a2 + b2 – 2ab = ( Ans; 0.16 )

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A an B are two event such that P ( not A ) = 0.6 and P ( B ) = 0.286 , then P ( A ) + P ( not B ) =
( Ans; 1.114 )
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A an B are two event such that P ( A ) + P ( not B ) = , then P ( not A ) + P ( B ) = ( Ans; )
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If A and B are mutually exclusive outcomes , then P ( A and B ) =
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A, B and C are three events such that P ( A ) , P ( B ) and P ( C ) is ,
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then P ( notA ) + P ( not B ) + P ( not C ) = ( Ans; )
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Expected frequency Problem
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In 100 trails , A is an event and expected frequency of A is 30 , then P ( A ) = ( Ans; )
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In 100 trails , A is an event and expected frequency of A is 30 , then P ( not A ) = ( Ans; )
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In 200 trails , the expected frequency of an outcome is 50 , then the probability of the outcome is
1
( Ans; )
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The probability that an experiment will be successful is half the probability that it will fail. If the experiment
is repeatd 120 times , the number of failure to be expected is ( Ans; 80 )
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The probability that an event will occur is twice the probability that it will not occur. If the expected number
of times that A will not occur in 600 trails is ( Ans; 200 )
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