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271.
From which bag are you likely to pick a ball?  a. Bag R b. Bag Q c. Bag P d. None of the above

#### Answer: (b)

Correct answer : (2)
272.
Which bag certainly has fish?  a. All the three bags b. Bag P and Bag Q c. Bag Q and Bag R d. Bag P and Bag R

#### Answer: (a)

Correct answer : (1)
273.
Which bag certainly has balls?  a. Bag Q b. Bag P c. Bag R d. None of the above

#### Answer: (a)

Correct answer : (1)
274.
From which bag is it impossible to pick a ball or a fish?  a. Bag R b. Bag P c. Bag Q d. Bag S

#### Answer: (c)

Correct answer : (3)
275.
From which bag(s) are you likely to pick a flower?  a. Bag Q and Bag R b. Bag P and Bag Q c. Only R d. Bag P and Bag R

#### Answer: (b)

Correct answer : (2)
276.
Which one of these is mostly likely to be picked from the bag shown?  a. apple b. flower c. fish d. banana

#### Answer: (c)

Correct answer : (3)
277.
Which one of these is most likely to be picked from the bag shown?  a. fish b. banana c. ball d. pencil

#### Answer: (a)

Correct answer : (1)
278.
There were 12 math(M) and 3 science(S) books in a bag. John picked 5 books one after the other.
The books that he picked are: M, M, S, M, and S.
Which of these bar graphs shows the results?  a. Figure 1 b. Figure 4 c. Figure 3 d. Figure 2

#### Answer: (b)

Correct answer : (2)
279.
A box contains 10 pink(P) and 6 green(G) candles. The candles were lit in the order P, P, G, P, and P. Which figure shows the number of candles lit?  a. Figure 4 b. Figure 1 c. Figure 2 d. Figure 3

#### Answer: (d)

Correct answer : (4)
280.
There were 5 black(B1) and 8 blue(B2) balls in a bag. Paul picked 4 balls one after the other. The balls that are picked are: B1, B2, B2, and B2. Identify the bar graph that shows the results.  a. Figure 3 b. Figure 4 c. Figure 1 d. Figure 2

#### Answer: (d)

Correct answer : (4)

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