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three person(Say a,b,c) draw cards so each will have 333 cards at the end.

what is the probability for only one person getting 2 jokers at the end?

(doesn't matter if its a,b or c)

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– Take all your class mates java & database assignment 1 marks to a program.option 1

– Find the class averageoption 2

– Find the maximum & minimum marks of each assignment . Do the output formatting properly. option 3

– Print a report of marks for all students. option 4

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f(x,y) = {(x-y)2}/(x2 + y2) , (x,y)not equal to (0,0)

=0 , (x,y) = (0,0) .

Also find the simultaneous limit , if it exists .

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f(x,y) = (2 x y2)/(x2 + y2) , (x,y) not equal to (0,0)

=0 , (x,y) = (0,0) .

at (0,0) in the direction thita= (pi)/3 .

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=0 when x=0=y

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