Maths 12 Science CBSE Probability Answers for MCQ in Hindi to enable students to get Answers in a narrative video format for the specific question.

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**Question 1** : If E and F are two events such that,

, Find P(not E and not F). (View Answer Video)

**Question 2** : If P(A)=0.8, P(B)=0.5 and =0.4, find . (View Answer Video)

**Question 3** : Compute P(A/B) if P(B) =0.5 and P(AB)=0.32. (View Answer Video)

**Question 4** : If P(A)=, P(B)= and =, find . (View Answer Video)

**Question 1** : is equal to :

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**Question 1** : Find two positive numbers x and y such that x+y=60 and is maximum. (View Answer Video)

**Question 2** : The normal to the curve passing (1,2) is____________. (View Answer Video)

**Question 3** : For all real values of x, the minimum value of is (View Answer Video)

**Question 4** : The slope of the tangent to the curve:

at the point (2, -1) is: (View Answer Video)

**Question 5** : For all real values of x the minimum value of. (View Answer Video)

**Question 1** : Find the general solution of differential equation (View Answer Video)

**Question 2** : Write the degree of the differential equation : (View Answer Video)

**Question 3** : Write the differential equation representing the family of curves y = mx, where m is an arbitrary constant. (View Answer Video)

**Question 4** : Solve the differential equation (View Answer Video)

**Question 5** : Write the degree of the differential equation (View Answer Video)