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(iii) the probability of not getting a green sector =  =
(ii) the probability of getting a green sector = 5/8 = 0.625
(i) the number of outcomes of getting a green sector = 5    the number of outcomes of not getting a green sector = 3
In throwing a die: • No, the first player also have same chance of getting a six. • No, the player who played after him have same chance of getting a six. • Suppose the second player got a six.It does not mean that the third player would not have a chance of getting a six. Third person also have same chance of getting six.
Fig 5.10 The possible outcomes are: (i) W (ii) R (iii) B (iv) G (v) Y
3. When we spin the wheel shown, the possible outcomes are: (i) A (ii) B (iii) C
2. When a die is thrown, the six possible outcomes are : (i) 1 (ii) 2 (iii)3 (iv)4 (v)5 (vi)6
1.If you try to start a scooter,then there are two possibilities. (i) . The scooter will start. (ii) . The scooter will not start.
The given data can be represented as shown below as pie chart.
Data can be represented as shown below as bar graph.
Pie chart of the data is given below:
Informative and News together have number of viewers equal to those watching sports channels.
(i) Entertainment programmes are viewed the most i.e. .
(iii) The circle represents that  students love and  students hate Mathematics
The circle represents that  students use cycle for transportation, walk and  use bus or car for transportation.
of the fraction of the circle represent girls and other   represent boys of class.
and more                          — Group A =  to less than        — Group B =  Less than                            — Group C =
(iii) The girls having a height of and more are
(ii) The group which contains maximum girls is
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