## RD Sharma Class 11 Solutions Chapter 33 - Probability (Ex 33.2) Exercise 33.2 - Free PDF

## FAQs on RD Sharma Class 11 Solutions Chapter 33 - Probability (Ex 33.2) Exercise 33.2

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**2. What are the important topics and subtopics included in Class 11 Chapter 33 Probability?**

Given below are the important topics and sub-topics covered in the RD Sharma Class 11 Chapter of Probability -

Random Experiments

Outcomes and defining sample space.

Event and occurrence of various events

Different types of events

Algebra of events

Axiomatic Approach to Probability

Probability of an event

Probabilities of equally likely outcomes

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Chapter 32 of Probability is easy for most of the students, but they should take it seriously.

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**4. A coin is tossed. Find the total number of elementary events and also the total number of events associated with the random experiment**

Given - A coin is tossed.

When a coin is tossed fairly, there are two possible outcomes, namely Head (H) and Tail (T).

Thus, the total number of the elementary events is 2 {H, T}

And

As we know, if there are n elements in a set, then the number of total elements in its subset is 2n.

So, the total number of the experiment will be 4.

Hence there are 4 subsets of S, these subsets of {H}, {T}, {H, T} and Փ

∴ There are a total of 4 events in a given experiment.