Which of the following is an example of a classical
probability experiment?

the probability of winning a lottery is
1/5,000,000

the probability that a voter chosen at random
is a Democrat is 45%

both a and b

none of the above

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Question 2. Question
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Which of the following is an example of an empirical
probability experiment?

the probability that you will get in a car accident on your way home

the probability of a 3 on a throw of a fair
dice is 1/6

both a and b

none of the above

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Question 3. Question
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Which of the following is an example of a subjective
probability experiment?

the probability that it will rain tomorrow is
80%

the probability of a 3 on a throw of a fair
dice is 1/6

both a and b

none of the above

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Question 4. Question
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What is the probability of randomly selecting a BLACK CARD
from a standard deck of cards?

13/52

4/52

26/52

none of the above

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Question 5. Question
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What is the probability of randomly selecting the number
“52” from the set of numbers 1 – 50?

0

1/52

1

none of the above

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Question 6. Question
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13 of 100 laptops in inventory are known to be defective.
What is the probability of selection one that is NOT defective?

0

0.13

0.87

none of the above

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Question 7. Question
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The following represents a dart game board. If one dart
strikes somewhere on the board (not on a line), what is the probability of the
player winning exactly $1.

.50

.25

.125

1.0

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Question 8. Question
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If it rains 80% of the time in Orlando, FL during the
summer. What are the odds that it will NOT rain on your next visit to Orlando
during the summer?

4:5

1:5

1:4

none of the above

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Question 9. Question
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A local charity is conducting a raffle. 1500 tickets are
sold. Each ticket sells for $2.00. There are four prizes $500, $250, $150, and
$75. You buy one ticket. What is the expected value of your gain?

-$1.35

$0.64

-$1.34

-$0.64

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Question 10. Question
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How many different ways can 8 people line up in a single row
at a box office for tickets to a concert?

40320

8

5040

none of the above

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Question 11. Question
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Your favorite restaurant advertises a special for $20. You
may choose from 5 appetizers, 10 main dishes, and 6 desserts. How many times
can you order without having the same meal?

18

216

3629640

none of the above

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Question 12. Question
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6 runners run in a 500 yard dash. Prizes are awarded for
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Assume there are no ties, how many different orders
can the runners finish 1st, 2nd, and 3rd?

20

120

1024

none of the above

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Question 13. Question
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A lottery has 56 numbers. In how many ways can 5 of the
number be selected? (Assume that the order of the selections does not matter)

280

4598960

3819816

none of the above

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Question 14. Question
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A supervisor is to select 5 people from a department of 15,
to server on a committee, How many different ways can the supervisor select the
committee.

75

360360

3003

none of the above

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Question 15. Question
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A web designer must choose 4 backgrounds for four separate
pages of a web site from a list of 13 for a client’s approval. (They should
each be different) In how many ways can the web designer choose the 4
backgrounds?

715

17160

24

none of the above

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