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A probability is the likelihood of an event to occur with the highest probability being 1 while the lowest is zero. Have you polished up on geometrical probabilities for the upcoming test? If not, take up the quiz below to iron out your probability skills and increase your chances of passing. All the best!
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Certain cans of Pepsi have a code for a free prize printed on the bottle cap. Suppose the probability that a soda has a prize code 0.4. What is the probability that you find a prize code?
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Certain cans of Pepsi have a code for a free prize printed on the bottle cap. Suppose the probability that a soda has a prize code 0.4. What is the probability that you do not find a prize code?
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Certain cans of Pepsi have a code for a free prize printed on the bottle cap. Suppose the probability that a soda has a prize code 0.4. What is the probability that you find a prize code on the 5 bottle of soda you open?
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Certain cans of Pepsi have a code for a free prize printed on the bottle cap. Suppose the probability that a soda has a prize code 0.4. What is the probability that you find a prize code on no later than the 4^{th} bottle of soda you open?
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Certain cans of Pepsi have a code for a free prize printed on the bottle cap. Suppose the probability that a soda has a prize code 0.4. What is the average number of bottle you have to open before finding a prize code?
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Sample Question
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