1 
There are 35 people in a group. There are 12 school girls, 10 school boys, 5 senior citizens and 8 babies in the group. The organizer of the group wants to select a school girl or a school boy as leader of the group. In how many ways can he do so?


Answer:
Option (a) 
2 
A committee of 3 members is to be made out of 6 men and 5 women. What is the probability that the committee has at least two women?


Answer:
Option (b) 
3 
How many 3letter words with or without meaning, can be formed out of the letters of the word, 'LOGARITHMS', if repetition of letters is not allowed?


Answer:
Option (a) 
4 
In a set of 30 game cards, 17 are white and rest are green. 4 white and 5 green are marked IMPORTANT. If a card is chosen randomly from this set, what is the possibility of choosing a green card or an ‘IMPORTANT’ card?


Answer:
Option (b) 
5 
In how many different ways can the letters of the word 'MATHEMATICS' be arranged such that the vowels must always come together?


Answer:
Option (d) 
6 
There are a set of 20 students out of which 18 are boys and 2 are girls. They are to be seated in a circular manner so that the two girls are always separated by a boy. In how many ways can the students be arranged?


Answer:
Option (b) 
7 
There are two sections in a question paper each contains five questions. A student has to answer 6 questions. The maximum number of questions that can be answered from any section is 4. How many ways he can attempt the paper?


Answer:
Option (d) 
8 
A question paper has two parts P and Q, each containing 10 questions. If a student needs to choose 8 from part P and 4 from part Q, in how many ways can he do that?


Answer:
Option (c) 
9 
In a room there are 2 green chairs, 3 yellow chairs and 4 blue chairs. In how many ways can Raj choose 3 chairs so that at least one yellow chair is included?


Answer:
Option (c) 
10 
In how many ways can we arrange the word ‘FUZZTONE’ so that all the vowels come together?


Answer:
Option (c) 