The basic sums of this chapter include finding the probable outcome of
drawing a particular card from a pack of cards
Tossing a coin, and getting the desired outcome
Drawing a ball of a particular color from a bag containing balls of mixed colors.
At times, the questions are not for finding the probability of a certain event, but the probability of that event not taking place. These are the trick questions, especially in competitive exams. In such cases, the probability of the event taking place has to be subtracted from 1. The value of the probability of any event always varies from 0 to 1. For getting a grasp of all such trick questions, students may download and refer to the below PDF consisting of important questions on Probability for JEE Advanced and their solutions.
Generally, the probability of an event taking place is denoted by P(A). It is found by the following formula:
The number of ways in which the particular event may take place/ Total number of possible results.
The PDF has Probability important questions for JEE Advanced 2020 along with their solutions, which can help the aspirants with their preparation.
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