# Combined Basic and Complex Questions

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- Q1
Which of the following do not describe a mutually exclusive event?

multiplem://Being the president of the student council and a member of the Mathematics Club.: Getting your modules in school and passing your outputs.:Cooking and listening to the radio

running and walking

5sM10SP-IIIi-1 - Q2
Which of the following shows A intersection B?

5sM10SP-IIIf-1 - Q3
It is an arrangement of objects where the order is not important.

scrambled://combination

5sM10SP-IIIc-1 - Q4
The percentile divides the distribution into hundred equal parts. What does the 20

^{th}percentile mean?jumble://This, means, that, 20%, of, the, distribution, falls, below, while, 80%, of, the, distribution, falls, above.

5sM10SP-IVa-1 - Q5
Percentile is a statistical measure that is the most appropriate to measure the cut-off score for the top 80% of the class.

boolean://True

False

5sM10SP-IVa-1 - Q6
Identify the given situations as

sorting:// Permutation| opening a vault, classroom sitting arrangement, choosing a President and a Secretary : Combination| choosing two movies to watch from 10 movies in netflix, seven toppings for a pizza , inviting 5 friends for your party

5sM10SP-IIIc-2 - Q7
Sort the following as

sorting://Permutation|#9c28d0ca-2aff-4e9a-826d-2a5ef3797d08/question/3a12bebdab8a2b0252e04073c71de89e790279d3.png, #9c28d0ca-2aff-4e9a-826d-2a5ef3797d08/question/daaaaabe391a478e11b07ce86a16cf0a193f8f66.png , #9c28d0ca-2aff-4e9a-826d-2a5ef3797d08/question/540ac6c6daebf98fece3fc70819d09f8f424493f.png : Combination|#9c28d0ca-2aff-4e9a-826d-2a5ef3797d08/question/cb86c5877cfb734efe995065e1c67035140c96b2.png

5sM10SP-IIIc-2 - Q8
Match Column A with the correct answer in column B.

linking://It is a set of possible outcomes resulting from an experiment| event : Event with only one outcome.|simple event: An event with two or more outcomes.|compound event: It is the collection of all outcomes that are elements of both sets A and B.|intersection of events : It is the collection of all outcomes that are elements of one or the other or the sets A and B or of both.|union of events

5sM10SP-IIIc-2 - Q9
Identify the Venn Diagram for each:

linking://( $A\backslash cup\; B$)|#9c28d0ca-2aff-4e9a-826d-2a5ef3797d08/question/28a23e6d635e35cd01ab11cc90d1047c33f125bd.png : ($A\backslash cap\; B$)|#9c28d0ca-2aff-4e9a-826d-2a5ef3797d08/question/e4e56e2c5f7f10934588df35f2cd9a9ae8cf99c2.png : $\backslash left(A\backslash cap\; B\text{'}\backslash right)$|#9c28d0ca-2aff-4e9a-826d-2a5ef3797d08/question/dc2025c925113e019e07e8c31de20b2eee7cbcfc.png : $\backslash left(A\backslash cap\; B\backslash right)\text{'}$|#9c28d0ca-2aff-4e9a-826d-2a5ef3797d08/question/b9f0f253f8239aad8d3d387caf2d0c5e57f93100.png

5sM10SP-IIIc-2 - Q10
Arrange the steps in solving real-life problems involving Permutation and Combination

ordering:// Figure out if the problem is a permutation or a combination.|1: Substitute the given to the formula. |2: Solve.|3: Check your work |4 : Verify if the answer makes sense.|5

5sM10SP-IIId-e-1 - Q11
There are 3 steps in getting a vaccination for COVID-19namely: registration, vaccination, and observation. This statement is an example of

freetext://permutation

5sM10SP-IIIa-1 - Q12
What are the different methods of counting the number of ways an event can happen?

freetextm://Fundamental Counting Principle: Box Method: Tree Diagram: Listing

5sM10SP-IIIg-1 - Q13
What is the probability of rolling a 1 in a 6-sided die?

freetext://1/6

60sM10SP-IIIi-j-1 - Q14
videoq:JqyN4_ZyHlg: 1.03:

**//**Give the formula for not mutually exclusive events?P( A U B) = P(A) + P(B) + P(A ∩ B)

P( A U B) = P(A) + P(B) – P(A ∩ B)

P( A U B) = P(A) + P(B)

P( A U B) = P(A) - P(B) + P(A ∩ B)

120sM10SP-IIIi-j-1