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If ABCDEF is a regular hexagon and if then
If ABCDEF is a regular hexagon and if then
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If is along the angle bisector of then 
If is along the angle bisector of then 
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If the solution of the differential equation
If the solution of the differential equation
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A curve passes through the point Let the slope of the curve at each point (x, y) be Then the equation of the curve is
A curve passes through the point Let the slope of the curve at each point (x, y) be Then the equation of the curve is
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The solution of the differential equation
The solution of the differential equation
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StatementI : Integral curves denoted by the first order linear differential equation are family of parabolas passing through the origin.
StatementII : Every differential equation geometrically represents a family of curve having some common property.
StatementI : Integral curves denoted by the first order linear differential equation are family of parabolas passing through the origin.
StatementII : Every differential equation geometrically represents a family of curve having some common property.
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A function f(x) satisfying where x>0 , is
A function f(x) satisfying where x>0 , is
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(where c is an arbitrary constant) is the general solution of the differential equation then the function
(where c is an arbitrary constant) is the general solution of the differential equation then the function
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A function y = f (x) satisfies the condition f '(x) sin x + f (x) cos x = 1, f (x) being bounded when x 0. If
A function y = f (x) satisfies the condition f '(x) sin x + f (x) cos x = 1, f (x) being bounded when x 0. If
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StatementI : In throwing of two dice, let the events A, B and C be 'the first dice shows an even number', 'the second dice shows an odd numbers' and 'both the dice show an odd numbers or both the dice show an even number’ respectively. Then and Therefore A, B and C are mutually independent events
StatementII : Three events A, B and C are mutually independent if and only if P(A Ç B) = P(A) . P(B), P(B Ç C) = P(B) . P(C), = P(C) . P(A) and = P(A) . P(B) . P(C)
StatementI : In throwing of two dice, let the events A, B and C be 'the first dice shows an even number', 'the second dice shows an odd numbers' and 'both the dice show an odd numbers or both the dice show an even number’ respectively. Then and Therefore A, B and C are mutually independent events
StatementII : Three events A, B and C are mutually independent if and only if P(A Ç B) = P(A) . P(B), P(B Ç C) = P(B) . P(C), = P(C) . P(A) and = P(A) . P(B) . P(C)
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The probability that 4th power of a positive integer ends in the digit 6 is:
The probability that 4th power of a positive integer ends in the digit 6 is:
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Let A, B, C be pairwise independent events with P(C)> 0 and . Then
Let A, B, C be pairwise independent events with P(C)> 0 and . Then
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Let A and B be two events such that and stands for complement of event A. Then events A and B are
Let A and B be two events such that and stands for complement of event A. Then events A and B are
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A random variable X has the probability distribution :
For the events E = {X is a prime number} and F = {X < 4}, the probability is
A random variable X has the probability distribution :
For the events E = {X is a prime number} and F = {X < 4}, the probability is
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A fair coin is tossed 3 times. Consider the events A : first toss is head ; B : second toss is head C : exactly two consecutive heads or exactly two consecutive tails
Statement  I A,B,C are independent events.
Statement  II A,B,C are pairwise independent.
A fair coin is tossed 3 times. Consider the events A : first toss is head ; B : second toss is head C : exactly two consecutive heads or exactly two consecutive tails
Statement  I A,B,C are independent events.
Statement  II A,B,C are pairwise independent.
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