Test: Basic Concepts Of Permutations And Combinations- 4


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QUESTION: 1

If nC6 ÷ n-2C3 = 91/4 then the value of n is _____________.

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QUESTION: 2

In forming a committee of 5 out of 5 males and 6 females how many choices you have to made so that there are 3 males and 2 females? How many choices you have to make if there are not more than 3 males?

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QUESTION: 3

 In order to pass PE-II examination minimum marks have to be secured in each of 7 subjects. In how many ways can pupil fail?

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Given that for a student to pass an examination , a minimum has to be secured in each of the 7 subjects.
A student would fail if he doesn't secure a minimum in any one o
the subjects A student would fail either if he fails in 1 subject or he fails
in 2 subjects or 3 subjects or so on continuing.........or fails in all the
subjects
A student can fail in 1 subject in ⁷C₁ ways
A student can fail in 2 subjects in ⁷C₂ ways
A student can fail in 3 subjects in ⁷C₃ ways
A student can fail in all subjects in ⁷C₇ = 1 way
So, total number of ways in which student would fail an examination are
(⁷C₁ + ⁷C₂ + .......+ ⁷C₇) = 2⁷ - 1 = 127

QUESTION: 4

 A team of 12 men is to be formed out of n persons. It is found that ‘A’ and ‘B’ are three times as often together as ‘C’ ‘D’ and ‘E’ are. Then the value of n is __________.

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QUESTION: 5

 You are selecting a cricket team of first 11 players out of 16 including 4 bowlers and 2 wicket keepers. In how many ways you can do it so that the team contains exactly 3 bowlers and 1 wicket keeper?

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QUESTION: 6

Out of 10 consonants and 4 vowels how many words can be formed each containing 6 consonant and 3 vowels?

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QUESTION: 7

In your college Union Election you have to choose candidates. Out of 5 candidates 3 are to be elected and you are entitled to vote for any number of candidates but not exceeding the number to be elected. You can do it in ________ ways.

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QUESTION: 8

 A team of 12 men is to be formed out of n persons. Then the number of times 2 men ‘A’ and ‘B’ are together is ________.

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QUESTION: 9

In paper from 2 groups of 5 questions each you have to answer any 6 questions attempting at least 2 question from each group. This is possible in ________ number of ways.

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QUESTION: 10

 The number of combinations that can be made by taking 4 letters of the word 

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QUESTION: 11

 Out of 8 different balls taken three at a time without taking the same three together more than once for how many number of times you can select a particular balls?

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QUESTION: 12

 A boat’s crew consist of 8 men, 3 of whom can row only on one side and 2 only on the other. The number of ways in which the crew can be arranged is _______.

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QUESTION: 13

Out of 8 different balls taken three at a time without taking the same three together more than once for for how many number of times you can select any ball?

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QUESTION: 14

You are selecting a cricket team of first 11 players out of 16 including 4 bowlers and 2 wicket keepers. In how many ways you can do it so that the team contains exactly 3 bowlers and 1 wicket keeper? Would your answer be different if the team contains at least 3 bowlers and at least 1 wicket-keeper?

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QUESTION: 15

 If 18C18Cn+2 then the value of n is _________.

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QUESTION: 16

 In your office 4 posts have fallen vacant. In how many ways a selection out of 31 candidates can be made if one candidate is always included? Would your answer be different if one candidate is always excluded?

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QUESTION: 17

A party of 6 is to be formed form 10 men an 7 women so as to include 3 men and 3 women. In how many ways the party can be formed if two particular women refuse to join it?

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QUESTION: 18

A team of 12 men is to be formed out of n person. The number of times 3 men ‘C’ ‘D’ and ‘E’ are together is_________.

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QUESTION: 19

In how many ways can 8 boys form a ring?

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QUESTION: 20

The total number of sitting arrangements of 7 persons in a row if 3 persons sit together in a particular order is _________.

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QUESTION: 21

 In how many ways 6 men can sit at a round table so that all shall not have the same neighbors in any two occasions?

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QUESTION: 22

 From 6 boys and 4 girls 5 are to be seated. If there must be exactly 2 girls the number of ways of selection is __________.

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QUESTION: 23

If you have to make a choice of 7 questions out of 10 questions set, you can do it in ________ number of ways.

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QUESTION: 24

 The total number of sitting arrangements of 7 persons in a row if one person occupies the middle seat is _________.

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QUESTION: 25

 In how many ways 6 men and 6 women sit at a round table so that no two men are together?

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QUESTION: 26

If all the permutations of the letters of the word “chalk” are written in a dictionary the rank of this word will be __________.

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QUESTION: 27

In how many ways 4 men and 3 women are arranged at a round table if the women never sit together?

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QUESTION: 28

 The total number of sitting arrangements of 7 persons in a row if 2 persons occupy the end seats is _________.

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QUESTION: 29

 A family comprised of an old man, 6 adults and 4 children is to be seated is a row with the condition that the children would occupy both the ends and never occupy either side of the old man. How many sitting arrangements are possible?

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QUESTION: 30

 In your office 4 posts have fallen vacant. In how many ways a selection out of 31 candidates can be made if one candidate is always included?

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QUESTION: 31

In a ration shop queue 2 boys, 2 girls, and 2 men are standing in such a way that the boys the girls and the men are together each.The total number of ways of arranging the queue is _______.

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QUESTION: 32

 In how many ways 4 men and 3 women are arranged at a round table if the women always sit together?

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QUESTION: 33

The total number of sitting arrangements of 7 persons in a row if 3 persons sit together in any order is _________.

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QUESTION: 34

 In your office 4 posts have fallen vacant. In how many ways a selection out of 31 candidates can be made if one candidate is always included?

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QUESTION: 35

In how many ways can 8 beads of different colour be strung on a ring?

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QUESTION: 36

 How many numbers greater than a million can be formed with the digits: One 0 Two 1 one 3 and Three 7?

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QUESTION: 37

The number of ways the letters of the word 

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QUESTION: 38

 How many different words can be formed with the letter of the word “HARIYANA”?

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QUESTION: 39

 How many number greater than 23000 can be formed with 1, 2, ………5?

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QUESTION: 40

How many different words can be formed with the letter of the word “HARIYANA”?How many arrangements are possible keeping 'h' and 'n' together ?

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