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Which of the following is a correct statement about a probability? It may range from 0 to 1. A) It may assume negative values. B) It may be greater than 1. C) It cannot be reported to more than 1 decimal place. D)

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The definition of a probability is a number between 0 and 1, inclusive A) summing a set of numbers that that equals 1. B) the likelihood that an event will happen. C) an uncertain event. D)

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An experiment is a Collection of events. A) Collection of outcomes. B) Always greater than 1. C)

A) The sum of their probabilities is greater than 1. B) We can count the possible outcomes.The act of taking a measurement or the observation of some activity. C) The probability of one event happening does not affect the probability of another event happening. A) . D) 6 4 6 INCORRECT The Special Rule of Addition is used to compute The probability of two or more Independent events. D) 4 4 4 INCORRECT Which of the following is not a type of probability? Subjective A) Independent B) Relative frequency C) Classical D) 5 4 5 INCORRECT Two events are independent if One event prevents the occurrence of the other event.

The probability of two or more mutually exclusive events B) The probability of events that total more than one. B) The general rule of addition. C) Subjective probabilities D) 8 4 8 INCORRECT When we find the probability of an event happening by subtracting the probability of the event not happening from 1. A) The probability of two or more independent events. C) Subjective probabilities D) 7 4 7 CORRECT The General Rule of Multiplication is used to compute The probability of two or more dependent events. C) The special rule of multiplication D) . we are using Subjective probability A) The complement rule. B) The probability of two or more mutually exclusive events.

A) The order of the outcomes of an experiment is not important. B) The order of the outcomes of an experiment is important.9 4 9 INCORRECT When we compute the number of possible combinations We are really computing a probability. D) 10 4 10 INCORRECT Bayes' Theorem says that All events are independent. A) General Rule of Addition.0 . C) P (A) = 1. C) We multiple the likelihood of two independent trials. A) Some events are mutually exclusive B) Probabilities can be revised based on new or additional information.P(~A) D) 11 4 11 INCORRECT Bayes' Theorem extends the Special Rule of Addition. B) .

D) 12 4 12 CORRECT The difference between a permutation and a combination is: In a permutation order is important and in a combination it is not. D) . A) In a permutation order is not important and in a combination it is important. C) General Rule of Multiplication. B) A combination is based on the classical definition of probability.Special Rule of Multiplication. C) A permutation is based on the classical definition of probability.

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