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- 1. Multiple Choice20 seconds1 pt
The set of all possible outcomes of a probability experiment is the

probability experiment

outcome

event

sample space

- 2. Multiple Choice20 seconds1 pt
The result of a single trial of a probability experiment.

outcome

event

sample space

income

- 3. Multiple Choice20 seconds1 pt
A subspace of the sample space that consists of one or more outcomes is

outcome

space

event

probability experiment

- 4. Multiple Choice20 seconds1 pt
If one event can occur in

*m*ways and another event can occur in*n*ways, then the number of ways the two event happen in sequence is given by*m + n**mn**m - n**m*^{n} - 5. Multiple Choice20 seconds1 pt
An event with

*P(E) < 0.05*is considerednormal

likely

unusual

certain

- 6. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 pt
When rolling a 6-sided die, the probability of rolling a number less than 1 is

0

1/6

1

2/6

- 7. Multiple Choice20 seconds1 pt
If the occurrence of one event does not affect the occurrence of another event, the two events are

dependent

conditional

indentical

independent

- 8. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 pt
Which events are dependent?

selecting a king from a standard 52 card deck and then a queen without replacing the king

Flipping a coin and rolling a 4-sided die

Having two children both with blue eyes

Making 2 three-pointers in a row during a basketball game

- 9. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 pt
In a sequence of independent events, the probability that at least one event is successful is equal to

1

1 -

*P(all)**P(none)*- 11 -

*P(none)* - 10. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 pt
Toss three coins. The probability that all three are Heads is

3/8

1/8

3/2

7/8

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