Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

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Who, when Secretary-General of the U.N., was killed in a plane crash in Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia) in 1961?

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In Britain, what was the name given to the M4 Medium Tank that was produced by the US from World War II until...........

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The Kafiyat Express train that runs between Delhi and Ajamgarh is named after the pen-name of which poet?

After which historical or mythological figure did Sri Lanka name its first satellite?

Who captained the Indian Hockey team that won the gold medal at the 1980 Summer Olympic in Moscow?

This question can be converted to what is the probability that 3 points chosen at random on the circle will make a triangle that includes the centre of the circle. Because only if the triangle has the centre in it, it will be acute triangle. Now if we imagine 2 lines passing through the centre of the circle taken at random we have 4 different possibilities for picking 2 points on the circle (the order of chosen points won't matter). Now no matter where we pick our third point to be, only 1 of the 4 possible configuration will have the centre in it. Therefore the answer = 25%.

Triangle ABC is stuck in a circle. Its points are on random areas on the circumference of the circle. What is the probability of the triangle covering the centre of the circle?

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.

A coin is randomly thrown on an infinite square grid. What is the probability that the coin does not touch the grid lines? Diameter of coin : 1cm Width of square grid : 2cm

Three numbers: i, j, and k are chosen randomly from the interval [-1, 1]. What is the probability that (i^2) + (j^2) + (k^2) < 1, and |i| + |j| + |k| > 1