Quant with RR  Modern Math

In how many ways can 8 men and 4 women be arranged in a row so that no two women are together?
MMMMMMMM
9 gaps can be filled in 9c4 ways
8 men can be arranged in 8! Ways
4 women can be arranged in 4! Ways
Total ways = 9c4 * 8! * 4!
= 9! * 8 * 7 * 6
= 121927680 waysUsing the digit 2,2,2,3,3,4 . Find the sum of all six digit number that can be formed? (repitition not allowed)
(N1)! * (sum of digit) * (11111....[N1] times)
= 5! * 16 * 11111
But since there is a repetition of three 2's ans two 3's
= (5! * 16 * 11111)/(3! * 2!)
= 120 * 16 * 11111/ 12
= 10 * 16 * 11111
= 1777760 AnswerIn a Family of 3 children, What is the probability of having atleast 1 boy?
Probability of atleast 1 boy = 1  probability of girl
= 1  (1/2)^3
= 1  1/8
= 7/8How may 4 digit numbers are there when a digit may be repeated any number of times in each numbers?
1st place can be filled with any of the 9 numbers I.e (19)
Rest 3 place place can be filled with any of the 10 numbers I.e (09)
So answer is
9 * 10 * 10 * 10
I.e 9 * 10^3
= 9000Or
9 * 10^(n1)
= 9 * 10^(41)
= 9 * 10^3
= 9000A fourdigit number is formed using the digits {0,6,7,8,9}. How many of these numbers are divisible by 3? (Each digit occurs atmost once in every no.)
If sum of digit is divisible by 3 then the no. Is divisible by 3 .
Only 3 such possibility here
{6,7,8,0} > (3!*3) >18 ways
{7,8,9,0} > (3!*3) >18 ways
{6,7,8,9} > (4!) >24 waysTotal ways = 18+18+24 = 60 ways
In how many ways 20 beads can be arranged in a necklace such that 2 beads always stay together?
20 beads
2 always stay together
So consider it a one entity
Now total 19 beads
Its should be in a necklace form
So it will arrange in (n1)! Ways
(191)! = 18!
Now (18!/2)*2! Because those 2 beads can arrange itself in 2! Ways
So total 18! WaysHow many permutations are there of the letters of the word MISSISSIPPI in which no four “I”s come together?
MISSISSIPPI <  11 leters
Repitition
4 times S
4 times I
2 timee PTotal ways to be arranged all letter is
= permutation/repetition
= 11!/(4!*4!*2!)
=34650 waysTotal ways when all I's come together
Consider all the 4 I's as one entity
(IIII) MSSPPSS
Now total ways are
= 8!/4!*2!
= 840 waysTotal ways when all I's are not together
= 34650  840
= 33810 waysThe letters of word hostel are arranged so that vowels accept the end places. Then the number of arrangements?
HOSTEL
vowel > O, E
Consonant> HSTL
Fix the vowel at end place
O     E
Consonant can be arranged in 4! Ways
O & E can alter their position itself
So total ways
4! * 2
= 24 * 2
= 48 waysIf any 3digit number is picked at random, what is the probability that the number or its permutation (also a three digit no) is divisible by 5 and 4?
Total
9 * 10 * 10
= 900 ways3 digit Number to be divisible by 5 is last digit must be either 5 or 0
3 digit number to be divisible by 4 is last digit and tens must be 0,2,4,6,8
Common is 0
So in last place 0 will come
_ _ 0
Now tens place can be filled by 0,2,4,6,8 total 5 number
Hundred place can be filled by any of the 9 number i.e 1,2,3.....9
_ _ 0
9c1 * 5c1 * 1
45 waysTotal probability
45/900
= 1/20
0.05 waysThere are 6 circles and 5 straight lines on a plane . Find the maximum number of points of intersection ?
6 circle = m
5 line = n
nC2 + (mC2 * 2) + (n * m * 2)
= 5C2 + (6C2 * 2) + (5 * 6 * 2)
= 10 + 30 + 60
= 100 max intersectionThe letter in the word ADOPTS are permuted in all possible ways and arranged in alphabetical order. How do you find out the word at position 42 in the permuted alphabetical order?
In alphabetical order : A D O P S T
A _ _ _ _ _ : the places filled in 5! ways = 120, But we need a rank less than 120. So the word starts with A.
A D _ _ _ _ : empty places can be filled in 4!=24
A O _ _ _ _ : the places filled with 4! ways = 24. If we add 24 + 24 this total crosses 42. So We should not consider all the words starting with AO.
A O D _ _ _ : 3!= 6
A O P _ _ _ : 3!=6
Till this 24+12=36 words are obtained, we need the 42nd word.
AOS _ _ _ : 3!= 6
Exactly we are getting the sum 42. So last 3 letters in the descending order are TPD.
So given word is AOSTPDTwo cards are randomly chosen from a pack of 52 cards. what is the probability that one is jack and the other is black?
There are 2 possibilities :
Red jack and black card
2c1 * 26c1/52c2
= 2 * 26/1326
=52/1326black jack and black card
2c1 * 25c1/52c2 [ 25 black card remains because out of 26 black card one of black jack is selected ]
=2 * 25/1326
=50/1326
Total
=52/1326 + 50/1326
=102/1326
=17/221What is the probability that 3 numbers chosen from 1 to 30 are consecutive?
(1,2,3)(2,3,4).... (28,29,30)
There are total 28 sets
1 set is selected in 28C1 ways
=28
Total outcomes is 30C3
= 30 * 29 * 28 / 3 * 2 * 1
= 4060
Probability = 28/4060
= 1/145What is the probability of getting a sum of 4 in a toss of a pair of dice?
(2,2) 1 ways
(3,1) 2! Ways
Total outcome 6^n
6^2
36Total probability
1+2!/36
1+2/36
3/36
1/12What is the probability of having a sum of 10 after rolling 3 dice?
There are 6^3 possible outcomes to rolling a die 3 times. Out of these, how many yield a total of (exactly) 10 dots?
First we find all sets {a,b,c} such that a+b+c=10
1, 3, 6
1, 4, 5
2, 3, 5
2, 2, 6
2, 4, 4
3, 3, 4
The total number of sets that fit these criteria is 6. If a≠b≠c, then there exist 3! unique permutations of {a,b,c}. If a=b≠c, then there exist 3 unique permutations of {a,b,c} There cannot be a set such that a=b=c
There are 3 sets of the first kind and 3 of the second. It follow that the total number of triple die rolls that can fit the criteria is3 * 3! + 3 * 3
18 + 9
27
So
27/216
1/8