Ask Questions, Get Answers
Menu
X
JEEMAIN Crash Practice
15 Test Series
NEET Crash Practice
15 Test Series
CBSE XII
Math
JEEMAIN
Math
Physics
Chemistry
Practice Test Series
CBSE XI
Math
NEET
Physics
Chemistry
Biology - XII
Biology - XI
Olympiad class V
Math - 5 Test Series
Olympiad class VI
Math - 5 Test Series
studyplans
JEEMAIN Crash Practice
15 Test Series
NEET Crash Practice
15 Test Series
CBSE XII
Math
JEEMAIN
Math
Physics
Chemistry
Practice Test Series
CBSE XI
Math
NEET
Physics
Chemistry
Biology - XII
Biology - XI
Olympiad class V
Math - 5 Test Series
Olympiad class VI
Math - 5 Test Series
mobile
exams
ask
sample papers
tutors
pricing
login
X
ASK
Home
>>
CBSE XI
>>
Math
>>
Probability
Let S={1,2,3,4,5,6} and E={1,3,5},then $\bar{E}$ is_________.
$\begin{array}{1 1}(A)\;\{2,4,6\}\\(B)\;\{5\}\\(C)\;\{3,6\}\\(D)\;\text{None of these}\end{array} $
cbse
math
class11
ch16
probability
exemplar
q39
sec-a
easy
Share
asked
Jul 9, 2014
by
sreemathi.v
Please
log in
or
register
to add a comment.
Please
log in
or
register
to answer this question.
1 Answer
S={1,2,3,4,5,6}
E={1,3,5}
$\bar{E}=\{2,4,6\}$
Hence (A) is the correct answer.
answered
Jul 9, 2014
by
sreemathi.v
Please
log in
or
register
to add a comment.
Related questions
If A and B are two events associated with a random experiment such that $P(A)=0.3,P(B)=0.2$ and $P(A \cap B)=0.1$ then the value of $P(A \cap \bar{B})$ is _________
cbse
math
class11
ch16
probability
exemplar
q40
sec-a
easy
asked
Jul 9, 2014
by
sreemathi.v
1
answer
The probability that at least one of the events A and B occurs is 0.6.If A and B occur simultaneously with probability 0.2.Then $P(\bar{A})+P(\bar{B})$ is
cbse
math
class11
ch16
probability
exemplar
q28
sec-b
medium
asked
Jul 9, 2014
by
sreemathi.v
1
answer
The accompanying venn diagram shows three events A,B and C,and also the probabilities of the various intersections (for instance $P(A \cap B)=0.07$).Determine $P(A\cap \bar{B})$
cbse
math
class11
ch16
probability
exemplar
q11-d
sec-a
easy
asked
Jul 7, 2014
by
sreemathi.v
1
answer
The accompanying venn diagram shows three events A,B and C,and also the probabilities of the various intersections (for instance $P(A \cap B)=0.07$).Determine $P(B \cap \bar{C}$)
cbse
math
class11
ch16
probability
exemplar
q11-b
sec-a
easy
asked
Jul 7, 2014
by
sreemathi.v
1
answer
A sample space consists of a elementary outcomes $e_1,e_2........e_9$ whose probabilities are $P(e_1)=P(e_2)=0.08,P(e_3)=P(e_4)=P(e_5)=.1,P(e_6)=P(e_7)=.2,P(e_8)=p(e_9)=0.07$.Suppose $A=\{e_1,e_5,e_8\},B=\{e_2,e_5,e_8,e_9\}$.Calculate $P(\bar{B})$ from P(B),also calculate $P(\bar{B})$ directly from the elementary outcomes of $\bar{B}$.
cbse
math
class11
ch16
probability
exemplar
q16-d
sec-b
medium
asked
Jul 8, 2014
by
sreemathi.v
1
answer
True-or-False : The probabilities that a typist will make 0,1,2,3,4,5 or more mistakes in typing a report are,respectively,0.12,0.25,0.36,0.14,0.08,0.11
cbse
math
class11
ch16
probability
exemplar
q32
sec-a
easy
asked
Jul 9, 2014
by
sreemathi.v
1
answer
The probability of happening of an event A is 0.5 and that of B is 0.3. If A and B are mutually exclusive events, then the probability of neither A nor B is ________.
cbse
math
class11
ch16
probability
exemplar
q41
sec-a
easy
asked
Jul 9, 2014
by
sreemathi.v
1
answer
Ask Question
Tag:
Math
Phy
Chem
Bio
Other
SUBMIT QUESTION
►
Please Wait
Take Test
JEEMAIN Crash Practice
15 Test Series
NEET Crash Practice
15 Test Series
JEEMAIN
350+ TESTS
NEET
320+ TESTS
CBSE XI MATH
50+ TESTS
CBSE XII MATH
80+ TESTS
...
X