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Chapter 7 of F.Sc/I.Cs Part 1 Math is based on Number System.

Math Chapter 7 MCQs Class 11

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#1. What is the probability that a slip of numbers divisible by 4 are picked form the slips bearing numbers 1,2,3,……….10?

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#2. n! can be written as:

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#3. n^Cn is always equal to:

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#4. 5 persons can be seated at a round table in:

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#5. A particular outcome of sample space is called:

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#6. n different objects can be arranged taken all at time is:

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#7. n^Pn is always equals to:

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#8. By evaluating 4! 0! 1! We will get:

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#9. The factorial of positive integer n is n ! =

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#10. If (n+1)!/3!(n-2) and (n+1)!/5!(n-r)! are in ratio 10: 3, then n =

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#11. The letter of the word ” FASTING” taken all at a time can be written in:

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#12. n^C8 = n^C12 then n is

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#13. The number of 3-digit numbers formed by using each of the digits 2,3,5,7,9 only once is:

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#14. The permutation of the things that can be represented by the points on the circle is called:

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#15. The numerical evaluation of a chance that a particular event will occur is called:

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#16. The number of words that can formed from the letters PLANE when no letter is repeated is:

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#17. What are the number of diagonals of a 6-sided figure?

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#18. The probability of getting an odd number in throwing a die once is:

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#19. If A and B are disjoint events then P(A∩B) = _______.

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#20. There are 5 green and 3 red balls in a box, one ball is taken out, the probability that the ball drawn is yellow is:

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#21. Probability of an event can never be greater than:

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#22. If a sweet is taken from a bag containing orange flavour sweets the probability of drawing lemon flavoured sweet is:

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#23. If 11^pn = 11.10.9, what is the value of n?

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#24. In how many ways of 5-digit numbers that can be formed form the digit 1,24,6,8 when the digits 2 and 8 are next to each other?

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#25. If the probability of an event occur is P(E) then the probability of event dose not occur is:

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#26. If two events A and B dose not influence the occurrence of each other then they are called:

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#27. (n+1)!/(n-1)! = _____.

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#28. Generally, permutation of n different objects taken r ? n at a time is denoted by.

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#29. The factorial notation was introduced by:

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#30. How many signal ca be given by 5 flags of different colours, using 3 flags at a time?

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