5 Questions
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Questions and Answers

- 1.You choose a letter from the alphabet at random. What is the probability of choosing the letter Q?
- A.
1 out of 2

- B.
1 out of 26

- C.
1 out of 12

- D.
0 out of 1

- 2.There are 12 marbles in a bag. Four are yellow, two are green, and 6 are red. What is the probability of choosing a yellow marble?
- A.
33.333%

- B.
1/3

- C.
4 out of 12

- D.
All of the above.

- 3.You are looking at a menu with 4 main courses, 2 side dishes, 3 vegetables, 2 desserts, and 2 beverages. How many combinations can you make if you choose one of each?
- A.
96

- B.
48

- C.
5

- D.
13

- 4.Suppose you flip a coin 3 times, what is the probability that the coin will land on heads 3 times?
- A.
1/2

- B.
1/6

- C.
1/4

- D.
1/8

- 5.Using your SRB, look at the Venn diagram in the middle of page 263 (Ms. Waller's students). If Ms. Waller had a new student added to her Music class, how would the Venn Diagram change?
- A.
The 17 would become 18.

- B.
The 4 would become 5.

- C.
The 10 would become 11.

- D.
Nothing would change at all.