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**MCQS Probability **

**MCQS Probability**

**Q1: Which of the following is not a correct statement about a probability**

A) It must have a value between 0 and 1

B) It can be reported as a decimal or a fraction

C) A value near 0 means that the event is not likely to occur/happens

D) It is the collection of several experiments

**Q2: The collection of one or more outcomes from an experiment is called**

A) Probability

B) Even

C) Random Variable

D) Z-Value

E) Random Experiment

**Q3: If the occurrence of one event means that another cannot happen, then the events are**

A) Independent

B) Mutually Exclusive

C) Bayesian

D) Empirical

**Q4: In which approach to probability the outcomes are equally likely to occur?**

A) Classical Probability

B) Subjective Probability

C) Relative Frequency

D) Independent

**Q5: In special rule of addition of probability, the events are always**

A) Independent Events

B) Mutually Exclusive Events

C) Bayesian

D) Empirical

**Q6: The joint probability is**

A) The likelihood of two events happening together

B) The likelihood of an event happening given that another event has already happened

C) Based on two mutually exclusive events

D) Also called Prior probability

**Q7: The the special rule of multiplication of probability, the events must be**

A) Independent

B) Mutually Exclusive

C) Bayesian

D) Empirical

**Q8: A listing of the possible outcomes of an experiment and their corresponding probability is called**

A) Random Variable

B) Contingency table

C) Bayesian Table

D) Probability Distribution

E) Frequency Distribution

**Q9: Which of the following is not an example of a discrete probability distribution?**

A) The sale or purchase price of a house

B) The number of bedrooms in a house

C) The number of bathrooms in a house

D) Whether or not a home has a swimming pool in it

**Q10: Which of the following is not a condition of the binomial distribution?**

A) Only 2 possible outcomes

B) have constant probability of success

C) Must have at least 3 trials

D) trials must be independent

**Q11: In a Poisson probability distribution**

A) The mean and variance of the distribution are same (equal)

B) The probability of success is always greater than 5

C) The number of trials is always less than 5

D) It always contains a contingency table

**Q12: If a card is chosen from a standard deck of cards, what is the probability of getting a five or a seven?**

A) 4/52

B) 1/26

C) 8/52

D) 1/169

**Q13: If you roll a pair of dice, what is the probability that (at least) one of the dice is a 4 or the sum of the dice is 7?**

A) 4/36

B) 13/36

C) 21/36

D) 15/36

**Q14: If a card is chosen from a standard deck of cards, what is the probability of getting a diamond (♦) or a club(♣)?**

A) 26/52=1/2

B) 13/52

C) 20/52

D) 12/52

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q13 there is (3,4) but why there is not (4,3)?

(4,3) is at third place. See the explanation.

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