Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

Harold I of England was nicknamed "Harold … " what?

In 2001, American Dennis Tito was the first person to do what?

What was the occupation of John Spilsbury of London, England, who is credited with inventing jigsaw puzzle around 1760?

What does the record industry term "A & R" stand for?

What peace treaty, signed on 28 June 1919, officially ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied.............

If someone is narcoleptic, what do they tend to do?

The island of Tasmania is governed by which country?

Extended Access Barring is for connected mode or Idle mode

What would a beautician use an emery board for?

Three coins are tossed in the air and two of the coins land with heads face upwards. What are the chances on the next toss of the coins that at least two of the coins will land with heads face upwards again?

Assuming the previous coin tosses have no influence on the outcome of any future coin tosses the probability of having atleast 2 of the 3 coins facing upwards is: [Events favoring the given event] / [Total number of possible events] Total possible events = 2*2*2 = 8. number favorable outcomes = 3!/2! + 3!/3! = 6/2 + 6/6 = 3(2 heads and 1 tail) + 1(All heads outcome) = 4. ie. Probability = 4/8 = 0.5 or 50%.

Upon tossing a fair coin five times, you get heads every time. What is the probability that in the next toss, it will land with tail?

Sachin has two coins, one of Rs. 1 denomination and the other of Rs. 2 denomination. He tosses the two coins simultaneously. What is the probability that he gets at least one head?

If you toss a coin ten times and it lands heads up every time, what is the probability that it will land heads up if you toss it again?

A) 25% B) 50% C) 60% D) 25%

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.