# Experimental and Theoretical Probability

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- Q1What is the definition of probability?The likelihood that something will or will not happen under certain circumstances.A mathematical model on the phenomenon of chance.The number of times an event occurs over the total number of trials.The ratio of favorable outcomes to total outcomes.30s
- Q2What is experimental probability based on?Theoretical calculations.Computer simulations.Historical data.Actual experiments or real observations.30s
- Q3In a fair experiment, what is the likelihood of each possible outcome?Random.Dependent on external factors.Dependent on previous outcomes.Equal.30s
- Q4What is theoretical probability based on?The assumption that all outcomes are equally likely to happen.Actual experiments.Computer simulations.Historical data analysis.30s
- Q5What is the probability of rolling a five on a fair die?2/6 or 0.33 or 33%.1/3 or 0.33 or 33%.1/6 or 0.17 or 17%.1/2 or 0.5 or 50%.30s
- Q6What is the probability of spinning a green on a spinner with four colored sectors?1/3 or 0.33 or 33%.1/5 or 0.2 or 20%.1/2 or 0.5 or 50%.1/4 or 0.25 or 25%.30s
- Q7What is the probability of picking a red ball from a bowl with 3 blue, 5 red, 4 green, and 2 yellow marbles?5/14 or 0.36 or 35.71%.2/14 or 0.14 or 14.29%.3/14 or 0.21 or 21.43%.4/14 or 0.29 or 28.57%.30s
- Q8What is the probability of picking the king of hearts from a standard deck of 52 playing cards?1/26 or 0.04 or 3.85%.1/52 or 0.02 or 1.92%.1/13 or 0.08 or 7.69%.1/39 or 0.03 or 2.56%.30s
- Q9What is the probability of picking a green card from a standard deck of 52 playing cards?1/13 or 0.08 or 7.69%.1/52 or 0.02 or 1.92%.1/26 or 0.04 or 3.85%.0 or 0%.30s