Question 1: A die is rolled, find the probability that an even number is obtained.

Question 2: Two coins are tossed, find the probability that two heads are obtained.

Question 3: Which of these numbers cannot be a probability?

a) -0.00001
b) 0.5
c) 1.001
d) 0
e) 1
f) 20%

Question 4: Two dice are rolled, find the probability that the sum is

a) equal to 1

b) equal to 4

c) less than 13

Question 5: A die is rolled and a coin is tossed, find the probability that the die shows an odd number and the coin shows a head.

Question 6: A card is drawn at random from a deck of cards. Find the probability of getting the 3 of diamond.

Question 7: A card is drawn at random from a deck of cards. Find the probability of getting a queen.

Question 8: A jar contains 3 red marbles, 7 green marbles and 10 white marbles. If a marble is drawn from the jar at random, what is the probability that this marble is white?

Question 9: The blood groups of 200 people is distributed as follows: 50 have type A blood, 65 have B blood type, 70 have O blood type and 15 have type AB blood. If a person from this group is selected at random, what is the probability that this person has O blood type?

Question 10: Answer the following

a) A die is rolled, find the probability that the number obtained is greater than 4.

b) Two coins are tossed, find the probability that one head only is obtained.

c) Two dice are rolled, find the probability that the sum is equal to 5.

d) A card is drawn at random from a deck of cards. Find the probability of getting the King of heart.

...The Fraser Canyon Gold Rush
No history of British Columbia could ever be complete without some mention of the gold rush. One of the men credited with the first gold discoveries in British Columbia was afterwards a farmer just outside the walls of Fort Langley. Another took up a pre-emption across the river from the fort at Albion. One man credited with the gold discovery which resulted in 30,000 miners swarming into New Caledonia in 1858 was James Huston.
The gold, the...

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Fraser Island Passage Analysis
The author's hatred for the wilderness on the island is expressed through literary devices throughout the passage. Having been rained on and in damp and smelly jeans, the author and his friend, Craig, journey into the interior of Fraser Island, where he describes it as being a “wasteland” and the “badlands.”The author uses descriptive similes and metaphors, cacophonous vocabulary, vivid imagery, and Craig's contrasting positive...

...Biography of Playwright:
My playwright is named Brad Fraser he was born on June 28th, 1959 in Edmonton, Alberta. He went to Toronto and found out the man of his dreams was a psychopathic liar and lost his job. He began to write a comic book series that was never released. He has won numerous awards; his first award he won was when he was 17 at his first playwright competition. The other awards include The London Evening Standard Award for most promising playwright, The L.A...

...Shivon Mansfield
1. Legal Citation:
Bethel School District v. Fraser (478 U.S. 675, 1986)
2. Parties Involved:
One of the parties involved in this case is Matthew Fraser, high school student, and his father. They are both the respondents, the defendants in the case. The other party was the Bethel School District. The school district is the plaintiff in this case.
3. Case Facts:
On April 26, 1983, Matthew Fraser gave a speech nominating another...

...West Fraser Timber further cutting capacity
Hank Ketcham, CEO of West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd., said that lumber producers will have to further reduce capacity because of low product prices. He said that to determine the right operating strategy, “we're looking at our operations daily.” West Fraser’s output has already been cut “by 13 percent during the long recession in the forest industry.” Because of the collapse in the housing market, the industry has gone...

...eastern Tennessee. The highest native habitat of the Fraser fir is Mount Mitchell, North Carolina. Abies fraseri has many common names including she-balsam and southern balsam fir but its most known common name is the Fraser fir. The Fraser fir is believed to be part of a remnant forest that ages back to the Ice Age and that is why they are now only found on the highest elevations of the Appalachian Mountains. The Fraser fir is names...

...reason to suppose that the House of Lords' decision would not be followed by the Northern Ireland Courts.
Contents
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• 1 The Gillick decision
• 2 Subsequent developments
• 3 Australian law
• 4 Confusion regarding Gillick competency
• 5 Fraser Guidelines
• 6 References
• 7 Link
[edit] The Gillick decision
The Gillick case involved a health departmental circular advising doctors on the contraception of minors (for this purpose, under sixteens). The circular...

...sound when read aloud. While “In Memory of Jane Fraser,” written by Geoffrey Hill, is filled with figurative language that creates a clear picture for the reader, there is no secret in those words. It is simply a poem that was written in remembrance of a woman and there is nothing more to find.
The title of the poem alludes to the fact that it is about someone who has passed away and the major theme throughout the poem is death. “In Memory of Jane Fraser” is set...