# Probability

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- Q1An experiment consists of rolling a die, flipping a coin, and spinning a spinner divided into 5 regions. The number of elements in the sample space of this experiment is760313120s
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- Q3The word SCHOOL has been spelled using Scrabble tiles. One of these tiles is chosen at random. The probability that the tile is an O is1/31/61/52/5120s
- Q4The lunch menu at Mel's Diner" allows you to choose one sandwich, one drink, and one cookie for a price of $5.49. The choices are shown in the table. If all possible choices are equally likely, then the probability of choosing a meat sandwich with milk and an oatmeal cookie is1/91/181/62/5120s
- Q5The odds in favour of the Renegades winning the season final in the football league are listed as 10:7. The odds against the Renegades winning the season final are3:77:1010:33:10120s
- Q6The odds in favor of rain tomorrow are 2:3. The probability that it will rain tomorrow is2/52/33/51/3120s
- Q7The probability that Olive will receive a text message during math class is 2/3. The odds against her receiving a text message during math class are5:33:51:22:1120s
- Q8The probability that Eric will play golf this weekend is 0.5. The probability that he will play tennis is 0.3. The probability that he will do neither is 0.25. The probability that he will do at least one of these activities is0.750.800.050.55120s
- Q9If P(A) = 0.2, P(B) = 0.6, and P(A or B) = 0.68, which of the following is true about event A and event B? They aremutually exclusive and independentnot mutually exclusive and dependentnot mutually exclusive and independentmutually exclusive and dependent120s
- Q10Based on previous performance, the probability of a particular baseball team winning any game is 4/5. The probability that this team will win their next 2 games is1/254/51/516/25120s
- Q11Isabella and Makayla each attempt a three-point shot in basketball. The probability that Isabella is successful is 0.2 and the probability that Makayla misses is 0.85. The events are independent. The probability that both players are successful is0.030.350.300.10120s
- Q12Taqana buys two of a total of thirty raffle tickets. There are two winning numbers. The probability that Taqana wins exactly one prize is56/43528/4352/4351/435120s
- Q13Five DVDs and their corresponding five cases are sitting on a table. As part of a party game, a student is blindfolded and randomly puts a DVD in each case. The probability that all the DVDs are put in the correct cases is1/601/31251/51/120120s
- Q14A card is randomly selected from a standard deck of 26 red cards and 26 black cards. The probability that the card is either red or an ace is2/511/2615/267/13120s
- Q15Out of ten students on Students' Council, four are to be selected to plan a school assembly. There are 4 males and 6 females on the council. If Nicholas, the president, must be selected, then the probability that 2 males and 2 females are selected is5/143/1415/283/7120s