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1. The probability of at least one head in two flips of a coin is
0.5
0.33
0.75
1.00
Question Type: Multiple Choice
2. A sample point refers to a(n)
individual outcome of an experiment
set of all possible experimental outcomes
numerical measure of the likelihood of the occurrence of an event
All of these answers are correct
Question Type: Multiple Choice
3. An experiment consists of tossing 4 coins successively. The number of sample points in this experiment is
8
16
4
2
Question Type: Multiple Choice
4. Given that event E has a probability of 0.25, the probability of the complement of event E
is 0.25
can have any value between zero and one
cannot be determined with the above information
must be 0.75
Question Type: Multiple Choice
5. One of the basic requirements of probability is
both P(A) P(Ac) 1 and if there are kexperimental outcomes, then P(E1) P(E2) ... P(Ek) 1
both P(A) P(Ac) 1 and if there are kexperimental outcomes, then P(E1) P(E2) ... P(Ek) 1
P(A) P(Ac) 1
if there are kexperimental outcomes, then P(E1) P(E2) ... P(Ek) 1
Question Type: Multiple Choice
6. The probability of the intersection of two mutually exclusive events
must always be equal to 1
can be any positive value
can be any value between 0 to 1
must always be equal to 0
Question Type: Multiple Choice
7. __________ can be used to determine the percentage of data values that must be within one, two, and three standard deviations of the mean for data having a bell-shaped distribution.
box plot
five-number summary
empirical rule
Chebyshev's theorem
Question Type: Multiple Choice
8. If the data distribution is symmetric, the skewness is
1
0.5
None of the above
Question Type: Multiple Choice
9. The probability of an intersection of two events is computed using the
subtraction law
addition law
multiplication law
division law
Question Type: Multiple Choice
10. If P(A) = 0.38, P(B) = 0.83, and P(A Ç B) = 0.57; then P(A È B) =
0.78
1.21
0.64
1.78
Question Type: Multiple Choice
11. If A and B are mutually exclusive, then
P(A) + P(B) = 1
P(A B) = 1
P(A) + P(B) = 0
P(A B) = 0
Question Type: Multiple Choice
12. The collection of all possible sample points in an experiment is
the population
a sample point
the sample space
an experiment
Question Type: Multiple Choice
13. In statistical experiments, each time the experiment is repeated
the same outcome must occur
the same outcome cannot occur again
a different outcome may occur
None of the above
Question Type: Multiple Choice
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