Q. 45.0( 5 Votes )

In a cricket match a batsmen hits a boundary 4 times out of the 32 balls he plays. In a given ball. What is the probability that he does not hit the ball?
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Answer :

Total number balls batsman played = 32


Number of batsman hits a boundary = 4


Number of batsman doesn’t hit a boundary = 32 – 4 = 28


Probability P() =


Probability of batsman not hitting a boundary is


P(no boundary) =

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