QTR 4: Assessment - M4

Quiz by Jocelle Matias

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- Q1
What do you call the result/s of an experiment?

experiment

outcomes

event

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What do you call the set of all possible outcomes of an experiment?

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event

experiment

outcomes

30sEditDelete - Q3
In how many ways can a prime number turn up in rolling a die once?

3

2

4

1

30sEditDelete - Q4
How many possible outcomes are there in tossing three coins simultaneously?

8

4

12

16

45sEditDelete - Q5
In playing a snake and ladder game, you hope to get a number 5 in rolling a die once to win a game. Which of the following describes the phrase “get a number 5”?

sample point

event

experiment

sample space

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In a bag, there are 3 white balls, 2 brown balls and 4 gray balls. How many possible outcomes when one ball is chosen randomly from the bag?

5

7

9

3

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The set of possible outcomes of getting composite number from the counting numbers 5 to 10 is S = {6, 8, 9, 10}. Which of the following terms describes this set of outcomes?

experiment

event

sample space

sample point

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How many possible outcomes are there for the experiment choosing a rock, or a paper, or a pair of scissors at random?

5

3

6

4

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When a card is drawn from the standard deck of 52 playing cards, how many possible outcomes of getting a numbered card?

36

9

27

18

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From the counting numbers 1 to 30, in how many ways can you choose a number which is a multiple of three?

10

15

12

5

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