Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

In 1893 idealists from which country founded a short-lived settlement in Paraguay?

What are found in only two places in Africa: on Mt Kilimanjaro and Mt Kenya?

Which city hosted the 1972 Olympics?

When did Panama assume control of the Canal through its territory, begun in 1881 and opened to shipping in 1914?

As a first step to manufacturing steel,iron is extracted from ore by removing oxygen and combining it with what element?

Who was elected president of the southern states of the USA when they seceded from the Union in 1861?

Which English poet, dramatist, and art historian, a pioneer in the European study of Far Eastern painting wrote.........

What nationality is Ilie N?stase, World No. 1 tennis player in 1973/1974, who won more than 100 ATP professional........

What chemical element takes its name from the Roman name for Paris?

Three points are selected at random on a sphere's surface. What is the probability that they all lie in the same hemisphere? Assume that the great circle, bordering a hemisphere, is part of the hemisphere.

No matter how we place the points on a sphere it will without any doubt fall in one of the infinite possible hemispheres that can be chosen.

So the asked probability is 1 ie., 100%.

In space, the three points define a plane cutting the sphere in two pieces. The smaller of these two spherical caps is always contained in half of a sphere: a hemisphere. Thus the answer is: 100% probable.

There are 12 boys and 9 girls in a class. If three students are selected at random, what is the probability that 1 girl and 2 boys are selected?

I have a stick of length 3 cm and I select 2 random points on it and break it at those points to get 3 pieces.

If the probability that these pieces will form a triangle is m/n where m and n are coprime integers then what is the value of m × n?

Two digits are selected at random from digits 1 through 9. If sum is even, find the probability that both numbers are odd?

There are 8 boys and 5 girls in a class. If four students are selected at random, what is the probability that 2 girls and 2 boy are selected?