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- 1 NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 15
- 1.1 Class 9 Maths Chapter 15 Probability Solutions
- 1.2 9 Maths Exercise 15.1 Solutions
- 1.3 9 गणित के प्रश्नावली 15.1 के हल
- 1.3.1 एक क्रिकेट मैच में, एक महिला बल्लेबाज खेली गई 30 गेंदों में 6 बार चौका मारती है। चौका न मारे जाने की प्रायिकता ज्ञात कीजिए।
- 1.3.2 How did the concept of probability develop?
- 1.3.3 What is trial in probability?
- 1.3.4 What is an event in probability?
- 1.3.5 What is the quantitative range of probability?
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9 Maths Exercise 15.1 Solutions
9 गणित के प्रश्नावली 15.1 के हल
Important Terms & Definitions on Probability
- Experiment: An operation which can produce some well-defined outcomes, is called an experiment.
- Random Experiment: An experiment which, when repeated under identical conditions, do not produce the same outcomes every time, but if the outcomes produced is one out of the several possibilities, is known as a random experiment.
- Event: A possible outcome or combination of outcomes is called an event.
- Sure Event: If probability of an event is 1, then the event is called certain event or sure event.
- Impossible Event: If probability of an event is 0, then event is called an impossible event.
- The probability of an event is given by P(E) = [Number of trials in which E has happened]/[Total number of trials].
- The probability of happening of an event always lies from 0 to 1.
- The sum of all the possibilities of all possible outcomes of an experiment is 1.
- Experimental probability of an event can never be negative.
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एक क्रिकेट मैच में, एक महिला बल्लेबाज खेली गई 30 गेंदों में 6 बार चौका मारती है। चौका न मारे जाने की प्रायिकता ज्ञात कीजिए।
गेंदें, जिनपर चौका मारा गया = 6
इसलिए, गेंदें, जिनपर चौका नहीं मारा गया = 30 – 6 = 24
P(चौका नहीं मारा गया )
= (24)/30 = 4/5 = 0.8
अतः, चौका न मारे जाने की प्रायिकता 0.8 है।
How did the concept of probability develop?
of Probability Theory.