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how many are not bananas?

how many are bananas?

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(b) In an examination taken by 500 candidates, the average and S.D of marks obtained are 40% and 10% respectively. Assuming normal distribution, find (i) how many have scored above 60%,(ii) how many will pass if 50% is fixed as the minimum marks for passing, (iii) how many will pass if 40% is fixed as the minimum marks for passing, and (iv) what should be the minimum percentage of marks for passing so that 350 candidates pass.

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(b) Three cooks, A, B and C bake a special kind of cake, and with respective probabilities 0.02, 0.03, and 0.05 it fails to rise. In the restaurant where they work, A bake 50 percent of these cakes, B 30 percent and C 20 percent. What proportion of failures is caused by A

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(b) Let A and B be independent events with P (A) = 1/4 and P (A U B) = 2P (B) − P (A).

Find (a). P (B); (b).P (A|B); and (c). P (Bc|A).

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1. all integers

2. all integers except 0 and 1

3. all integers except 0

4. all integers except 1

answer: (4)

{ Please give me a descriptive answer rather than just solution and thanks in advance}

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array. Show that your implementation achieves O(1) for operations min and removeMin, and O(n)

for insertions.

ii) Explain in a high-level way as well as in pseudo code how the removeMin operation works in

a min-heap.

iii). Explain in a high-level way and also using pseudo-code how to insert a key into a hash

table that uses linear probing for collisions. Assume the hash table is implemented using an array.

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