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**01. There are two boxes, each containing two components. Each component is defective with probability 1/4, independent of all other components. The probability that exactly one box contains exactly one defective component equals**

- (A) 3/8
- (B) 5/8
- (C) 15/32
- (D) 17/32

**02. Let X and Y be two independent random variables such that X ~ (0,2) and Y ~ U (1,3) Then P(X < Y) equals**

- (A) 1/2
- (B) 3/4
- (C) 7/8
- (D) 1

**03. 2000 cashew nuts are mixed thoroughly in flour. The entire mixture is divided into 1000 equal parts and each part is used to make one biscuit. Assume that no cashews are broken in the process. A biscuit is picked at random. The probability that it contains no cashew nuts is**

- (A) between 0 and 0.1
- (B) between 0.1 and 0.2
- (C) between 0.2 and 0.3
- (D) between 0.3 and 0.4

**04. Let f: (0, ¥) ® ℝ Let be given by**

*f*(x) = log x – x + 2

Then, the number of roots of *f* is

- (A) 0
- (B) 1
- (C) 2
- (D) 3

**05. Let f:ℝ ® ℝ be defined by f (x) = x(x – 1)(x – 2). Then**

- (A)
*f*is one-one and onto - (B)
*f*is neither one-one nor onto - (C)
*f*is one-one but not onto - (D)
*f*is not one-one but onto

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