# Probability Quiz 2

This Quiz contains Multiple Choice Questions about Probability Quiz, events, experiments, mutually exclusive events, collectively exhaustive events, sure events, impossible events, addition and multiplication laws of probability, etc. Let us start the Probability Quiz with Answers:

Online MCQs Probability Quiz with Answers

1. In the special rule of addition of probability, the events are always

2. If a card is chosen from a standard deck of cards, what is the probability of getting a five or a seven?

3. The collection of one or more outcomes from an experiment is called

4. A listing of the possible outcomes of an experiment and their corresponding probability is called

5. If the occurrence of one event means that another cannot happen, then the events are

6. Which of the following is not an example of a discrete probability distribution?

7. The probability of occurrence of an event lies between

8. If $P(E)$ is the probability that an event will occur, which of the following must be false?

9. Which of the following is not a correct statement about a probability

10. The special rule of multiplication of probability, the events must be

11. Which of the following is not a condition of the binomial distribution?

12. In which approach to probability the outcomes are equally likely to occur?

13. 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?

14. The addition rule states that, if the events $A$ and $B$ are ____, then the probability of $A$ or $B$ happening is the sum of the probabilities of $A$ and $B$.

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

16. The tail or head, one or zero, and girl and boy are examples of

17. The joint probability is

18. The probability of no snow equals 1 minus the probability of snow. This is an example of what rule of probability?

19. Objective probability is based on personal feeling, experience, or judgment.

20. In a Poisson probability distribution

### Online MCQs Probability Quiz

• Which of the following is not a correct statement about a probability
• The collection of one or more outcomes from an experiment is called
• If the occurrence of one event means that another cannot happen, then the events are
• In which approach to probability the outcomes are equally likely to occur?
• In the special rule of addition of probability, the events are always
• The joint probability is
• The special rule of multiplication of probability, the events must be
• A listing of the possible outcomes of an experiment and their corresponding probability is called
• Which of the following is not an example of a discrete probability distribution?
• Which of the following is not a condition of the binomial distribution?
• In a Poisson probability distribution
• If a card is chosen from a standard deck of cards, what is the probability of getting a five or a seven?
• 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?
• If a card is chosen from a standard deck of cards, what is the probability of getting a diamond (♦) or a club(♣)?
• The probability of occurrence of an event lies between
• The tail or head, one or zero, and girl and boy are examples of
• If $P(E)$ is the probability that an event will occur, which of the following must be false?
• The addition rule states that, if the events $A$ and $B$ are __, then the probability of $A$ or $B$ happening is the sum of the probabilities of $A$ and $B$.
• Objective probability is based on personal feeling, experience, or judgment.
• The probability of no snow equals 1 minus the probability of snow. This is an example of what rule of probability?

https://rfaqs.com

https://gmstat.com

### 24 thoughts on “Probability Quiz 2”

1. Sir it is taking quite a few minutes and still I am unable to see the answers

• Dear! there are different plugins installed, I am trying that site load faster, but it’s taking time.
Also check that if you have some ad block installed, disable them, hope it will work.

Keep visiting and sharing the site.

2. Hi Sir,

I can able to attend MCQ and see the answers till yesterday.

But today, I am unable to see answers for each of the MCQ when attending online test.

Please let me know how to get answers for each of the MCQ tests.

Thanks.

• It may be due to an update that I have made. Now all MCQs will appear at once.
You may have to wait to load all the MCQs answers for a few seconds.

Thanks for querying and visiting the site.

• Sir kindly add some more mcqs ….here is only sngle page available

• Thank you for contacting me. There are other MCQs too. See the snapshot for MCQs about probability

3. Dear please solve these two questions

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

• Question 11: there are 4 cards of FIVE and 4 cards of SEVEN. So, $P(Five, or, Seven)=P(FIVE) + P(SEVEN)= \frac{4}{52}+ \frac{4}{52}$;

Question 12:
These are the possibilities of the required event to occur. {(4,1), (4,2), (4,3), (4,4), (4,5), (4,6), (1,4), (2,4), (5,4), (6,4), (1,6), (2,5), (3, 4), (5,2), (6,1)} out of 36.
P(at least one of the dice is a 4 OR the sum of the dice is 7)$=\frac{15}{36}$

4. Sir plz mujy Sher Muhammad Chaudhry book introduction statistical theory writer ha part 1 chptr no 1 to 6 ky solutions chayiaa??? Wiht McQ answers

• I don’t have the solution to the book.

5. how we calculate probability at Q13

• in online test see the explanation of the question.

6. very nice work,

7. Informative material good keep it up at vast forum

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

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

Thanks

9. nice practice . thanks a lot

10. Good work…

11. Please solve the questions practically for us to follow