For the three events $A, B$ and $C, P$ (exactly one of the events $A$ or $B$ occurs) = $P$ (exactly one of the events $B$ or $C$ occurs)= $P$ (exactly one of the events $C$ or $A$ occurs)= $p$ and $P$ (all the three events occur simultaneously) $ = {p^2},$ where $0 < p < 1/2$. Then the probability of at least one of the three events $A, B$ and $C$ occurring is

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$A$ and $B$ are events such that $P(A)=0.42$, $P(B)=0.48$ and $P(A$ and $B)=0.16 .$ Determine $P ($ not $A ).$

If $P(A) = 2/3$, $P(B) = 1/2$ and ${\rm{ }}P(A \cup B) = 5/6$ then events $A$ and $B$ are

If $A$ and $B$ are any two events, then $P(\bar A \cap B) = $

Consider an experiment of tossing a coin repeatedly until the outcomes of two consecutive tosses are same. If the probability of a random toss resulting in head is $\frac{1}{3}$, then the probability that the experiment stops with head is.

- [IIT 2023]