Q. 1

Column A Column B
A card is drawn from a well shuffled pack of cards. Find the probability of drawing a red queen.

A card is drawn from a well shuffled pack of cards. Find the probability of drawing a jack or a queen or a king.

• A.The quantity on the left is greater
• B.The quantity on the right is greater
• C.Both are equal
• D.The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 2

Column A Column B

From a pack of cards all the queens are removed. A card is drawn at random. Find the probability that it is either a king
or a card numbered 2.

Two unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining either 4 or 5 as the sum.

• A.The quantity on the left is greater
• B.The quantity on the right is greater
• C.Both are equal
• D.The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 3

Column A Column B
From a pack of cards the red cards are removed. Find the probability of drawing an even numbered card.

A card is drawn from a well shuffled pack of cards. Find the probability of drawing either an even numbered card or a prime
numbered card.

• A.The quantity on the left is greater
• B.The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D.The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 4

Column A Column B
A card is drawn from a well shuffled pack of cards. Find the probability of drawing a three of spades or clubs. A card is drawn from a well shuffled pack of cards. Find the probability of drawing either a spade or a king.

• A.The quantity on the left is greater
• B.The quantity on the right is greater
• C.Both are equal
• D.The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 5

Column A Column B
Two coins are tossed. Find the probability of getting at most two tails.

Three coins are tossed. Find the probability of obtaining at least two tails

• A. The quantity on the left is greater
• B. The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D. The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 6

Column A Column B
Three coins are tossed. Find the probability of obtaining at most two heads. Two unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining 4 either as a sum or as a product

• A. The quantity on the left is greater
• B. The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D. The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 7

Column A Column B
Two unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining an even number on one and a prime number on the other

Two unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining an even number on both the dice.

• A. The quantity on the left is greater
• B. The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D. The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 8

Column A Column B
Two unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining a number less than 4 on both. Two unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining a factor of 6 greater than 1 on both the dice.

• A. The quantity on the left is greater
• B. The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D. The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 9

Column A Column B
Three unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining 4 either as a sum or as a product. Three unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining a triplet.

• A. The quantity on the left is greater
• B. The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D. The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 10

Column A Column B
Three unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining an even number on one and 5 on the other two. Three unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining a total of 6.

• A. The quantity on the left is greater
• B. The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D. The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 11

Column A Column B
Three unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining a total of 17.

Three unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining 16 as a product.

• A. The quantity on the left is greater
• B. The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D. The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 12

Column A Column B
Two unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining an even number less than 6 on one and an odd number greater
than one on the other.

Three unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining an even number less than 4 on one and an odd number greater
than 3 on the other two.

• A. The quantity on the left is greater
• B. The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D. The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 13

Column A Column B
All the aces are removed from a pack of cards and then a card is drawn. Find the probability of drawing a red queen.

Two unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining 8 either as a sum or as a product.

• A. The quantity on the left is greater
• B. The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D. The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 14

Column A Column B
Three unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining a factor of 8 greater than 1 on one dice and 1 on the second
dice and 3 on the third.
Two unbiased dice are thrown. Find the probability of obtaining a perfect square greater than 3 on both.

• A. The quantity on the left is greater
• B. The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D. The relationship cannot be determined without further information

Q. 15

Column A Column B

The odds in favour of A winning the game are 4:5 and the odds against B winning the game are 3:7. Find the probability that
B wins the game and A loses it.

Two dice are thrown. Find the odds in favour of getting the sum 3.

• A. The quantity on the left is greater
• B. The quantity on the right is greater
• C. Both are equal
• D. The relationship cannot be determined without further information

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