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Do the following activities. <br> Total number of students in your class , n(S) = `square` <br> Number of students from your class , wearing spectacles n (A) = `square` <br> Probability of a randomly selets student wearing spectacles, P (A) = `square` <br> Probability of a randomly selected student not wearing spectacles , P (B) = `square`

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Do the following activities. <br> Total number of students in your class , n(S) = `square` <br> Number of students from your class , wearing spectacles n (A) = `square` <br> Probability of a randomly selects student wearing spectacles, <br> P (A) = `square` <br> Probability of a randomly selected student not wearing spectacles, <br> P (B) = `square`

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In a class of 42 students in Model High School, 3 students use spectacles. Fill in the boxes to find the probability of a student selected at random is wearing spectacles. <br> `rArr` The total number of studentd in the class is 42. <br> `thereforen(S)=square` <br> Let A be the event that a student uses spectacles. <br> `thereforen(A)=square` <br> `P(A)=square" "thereforeP(A)=square`

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The students of a school belong to different religious backgrounds. The number of Hindu students is 288, the number of Muslim students is 252, the number of Sikh students is 144 and the number of Christian students is 72. Find the ratio of(a) the number of Hindu students to the number of Christian students(b) the number of Muslim students to the total number of students

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