Two dice are thrown independently. Let $$\mathrm{A}$$ be the event that the number appeared on the $$1^{\text {st }}$$ die is less than the number appeared on the $$2^{\text {nd }}$$ die, $$\mathrm{B}$$ be the event that the number appeared on the $$1^{\text {st }}$$ die is even and that on the second die is odd, and $$\mathrm{C}$$ be the event that the number appeared on the $$1^{\text {st }}$$ die is odd and that on the $$2^{\text {nd }}$$ is even. Then :

A bag contains 6 balls. Two balls are drawn from it at random and both are found to be black. The probability that the bag contains at least 5 black balls is

If an unbiased die, marked with $$-2,-1,0,1,2,3$$ on its faces, is thrown five times, then the probability that the product of the outcomes is positive, is :

Let $$\mathrm{S} = \{ {w_1},{w_2},......\} $$ be the sample space associated to a random experiment. Let $$P({w_n}) = {{P({w_{n - 1}})} \over 2},n \ge 2$$. Let $$A = \{ 2k + 3l:k,l \in N\} $$ and $$B = \{ {w_n}:n \in A\} $$. Then P(B) is equal to