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Four letters are selected from the word “CAPAME” and are rearranged to form four letter words. How many words can be formed?

Course Name: Quantitative Aptitude

  • 1]

    120

  • 2]

    90

  • 3]

    180

  • 4]

    192

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Six boys and 4 girls are to be seated in two separate rows with five chairs each, such that two particular girls are always together and all the girls are not in the same row. In how many ways can they be seated?

  • 1]

    15 * 7!

  • 2]

    20 * 8!

  • 3]

    18 * 7!

  • 4]

    (16 * 8! – 4! * 6!)

Solution
2
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If 18C18Cr+2 ; find rC5.

  • 1]

    56

  • 2]

    63

  • 3]

    49

  • 4]

    42

Solution
3
Discuss

How many natural numbers can be made with digits 0, 7, 8 which are greater than 0 and less than a million?

  • 1]

    496

  • 2]

    728

  • 3]

    486

  • 4]

    1084

Solution
4
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If (n + 2)! = 2550 (n!); find ’n’

  • 1]

    49

  • 2]

    35

  • 3]

    38

  • 4]

    43

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5
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In how many ways can a cricketer can score 200 runs with fours and sixes only?

  • 1]

    13

  • 2]

    19

  • 3]

    16

  • 4]

    17

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In how many ways can 10 people line up at a ticket window of a railway station?

  • 1]

    36,28,800

  • 2]

    34,82,800

  • 3]

    33,44,800

  • 4]

    33,28,800

Solution
7
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If P(A)=2/5​, P(B)=3/10​ and P(A ∩ B) =51​, then P(A' | B'). P(B' | A') is equal to

  • 1]

    5/6

  • 2]

    5/7

  • 3]

    25/42

  • 4]

    1

Solution
8
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How many words, with or without meaning, can be formed using all letters of the word EQUATION using each letter exactly once?

  • 1]

    38,320

  • 2]

    39,320

  • 3]

    38,400

  • 4]

    40,320

Solution
9
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Find the probability that a leap year selected at random will contain 53 Sundays

  • 1]

    2/7

  • 2]

    3/7

  • 3]

    2/3

  • 4]

    5/6

Solution
10
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One red flower, three white flowers, and two blue flowers are arranged in a line such that
I. No two adjacent flowers are of the same color.
II. The flowers at the two ends of the line are of different colors.
In how many different ways can the flowers be arranged?

  • 1]

    2

  • 2]

    4

  • 3]

    6

  • 4]

    10

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