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Sumit Yadav
Subject: Math
, asked 2 days, 12 hours ago
.The face cards are removed from a pack of 52 cards. Out of the remaining, 4 are drawn at random.
What is the probability that they belong to different suits?
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Sumit Yadav
Subject: Math
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.Two dice are thrown. Describe its sample space and Write
a) Three events which are mutually exclusive events.
b) Three events which are not mutually exclusive and but Exhaustive events.
c)Three events which are neither mutually exclusive nor exhaustive events.
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Sumit Yadav
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Find dydx if cos3x+ sin2(xy) = 5a2 + y3
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Sumit Yadav
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Find the derivative of? ? x2 cosec2x.
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Find the derivative of cosecx at 4
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R Ananya
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Yash Sinha
Subject: Math
, asked 4 days, 7 hours ago
Differentiate the function with respect to X using general rules
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Yash Sinha
Subject: Math
, asked 4 days, 7 hours ago
?x e^3x
Find the derivative with respect to X using general rules
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Amandeep
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Write the formula for finding arithmetic mean of discrete data.
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Panna Luhana
Subject: Math
, asked 5 days, 22 hours ago
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Panna Luhana
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How to find the limit of this question
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R Ananya
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What is the probability that they belong to different suits?

a) Three events which are mutually exclusive events.

b) Three events which are not mutually exclusive and but Exhaustive events.

c)Three events which are neither mutually exclusive nor exhaustive events.

Find the derivative with respect to X using general rules