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A die is thrown what is the probability that there is a prime number on the top?

3-Jan

2/3

2-Jan

6-Jan

Two dice are rolled The number of possible out come in which at least one die shows 2 is?

12

7

11

5

The point (-5,3) is the center of a circle and P(7,-2) lies on the circle the radius of the circle is

7

8

13

2

Sin^{-1} (-x) =?

-Sin^{-1} x

-Cos^{-1} x

Cos^{-1} x

Sin^{-1} x

If the sum of the roots of (a + 1)x^{2} + (2a + 3)x + (3a + 4) = 0 is -1, then product of the roots is

Commutative law w.r.t multiplication

Associative law w.r.t addition

Multiplication of a scalar with the matrix

Distributive law w.r.t addition

The length of rectangle is twice as much as its breadth. If the perimeter is 120 cm, the length of the rectangle is

Both A and B

Adj of the original matrix

Additive inverse of the original determinant

Same as the original determinant

d/dx (?x) =

1/?x

2?x

1/2?x

None of these

If A and B are two events then P(A?B) =? (when A and B are disjoint)

P(A) + P(B)

P(A) + P(B) -P(A?B)

P(A) – P(B)

P(A) x P(B)

The center of a circle of radius 10 is on the origin which of the following points lies with in the circle

(10,0)

(0,10)

(8,4)

(8,8)

If f (x) = x/x^{2}– 4 then which is not included in the domain of f(x)