Statistics  PROBABILITY
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Question 1 of 58
1. Question
An events that contains the finite number point the sample space is called _______
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Question 2 of 58
2. Question
A subset of the sample space is called ______
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Question 3 of 58
3. Question
The probability of a save event is equal to _______
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Question 4 of 58
4. Question
Two event are said to be equally likely is _______
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Question 5 of 58
5. Question
A set of events is said to be independent if probability of head on tossing a coin is _____
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Question 6 of 58
6. Question
when a three die rolled the sample space consists of _______
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Question 7 of 58
7. Question
If the occurrence of excludes the occurrence of the other is called ________
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Question 8 of 58
8. Question
The picture cards having in total fifty two cards is equal_______
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Question 9 of 58
9. Question
The probability of even/odd numbers when a fair die is rolled is
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Question 10 of 58
10. Question
Addition Law of probability for mutually exclusive event is equal _______
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Question 11 of 58
11. Question
_______ are said to be exhaustive if they constitute the entire sample space.
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Question 12 of 58
12. Question
If two events can both occur at the same time then they are referred as:________
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Question 13 of 58
13. Question
If the events have same chance of occurrence they are called:_________
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Question 14 of 58
14. Question
Events occurring together without affecting each other are called:________
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Question 15 of 58
15. Question
A list of sample _____ is called sample space.
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Question 16 of 58
16. Question
The possibility of total outcome in a coin equal to ______
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Question 17 of 58
17. Question
A experiment repeated number of time one by one is called ______
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Question 18 of 58
18. Question
If an event consists of only one sample point is called _______
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Question 19 of 58
19. Question
All experiments have ___ properties in common.
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Question 20 of 58
20. Question
The probability of an event cannot be ____
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Question 21 of 58
21. Question
If A and ‘A’ are complementary events then that law is called ______
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Question 22 of 58
22. Question
The probability of drawing a diamond card out of 52 cards is ______
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Question 23 of 58
23. Question
The probability of drawing a picture card out of 52 cards is : ____
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Question 24 of 58
24. Question
The probability of drawing an even number in a toss of a balanced die ______
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Question 25 of 58
25. Question
The probability of drawing same number on two dice if two dice are thrown ________
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Question 26 of 58
26. Question
A box containing 12 balls of color 6 red and 6 white. A ball of white selected ball finds the probability of white______
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Question 27 of 58
27. Question
A fair coin toss the total events in sample space equal_______
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Question 28 of 58
28. Question
The square bracket is an finite G. Series is obtained by formula _______
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Question 29 of 58
29. Question
The probability that the sum is odd if two dice are thrown:___________
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Question 30 of 58
30. Question
The probability of getting exactly three tails when three balanced coins are tossed once:____________
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Question 31 of 58
31. Question
The probability of getting exactly two heads when two balanced coins are toss once:__________
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Question 32 of 58
32. Question
The probability of getting at least one head when two balance coins are tossed once:__________
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Question 33 of 58
33. Question
If P(B)=1/2, P(A∩B)=1/6, A and B are independent then P(A/B) is ______
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Question 34 of 58
34. Question
A coin is so weighted that P (T) = 2P(H) then P(H) is ______
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Question 35 of 58
35. Question
If P(A/B)=1/4 and P(A∩B) =1/5 then P(B) is _________
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Question 36 of 58
36. Question
Three light bulls are selected; bull might be defective or non – defective. In this experiment the sample space will contains how many points______
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Question 37 of 58
37. Question
If P(B/A)= 0.25 and P(A∩B) = 0.2 then P(A) will equal to _________
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Question 38 of 58
38. Question
If in a coin P(H) = 2P(T) then prob. of head is _____
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Question 39 of 58
39. Question
If P(A∩B)= 7/8 then P(AUB) is ______
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Question 40 of 58
40. Question
If P(A∩B) =1/4 then P(AUB) is _________
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Question 41 of 58
41. Question
Which of the following can never be taken as the probability of an event:______
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Question 42 of 58
42. Question
A∩B means:________
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Question 43 of 58
43. Question
The product of first ‘n’ natural numbers is: __________
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Question 44 of 58
44. Question
^{5}C_{5} is equal to:______
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Question 45 of 58
45. Question
If ‘A’ denotes the males of a town and ‘B’ denotes the females of that town, then A and B are:_______
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Question 46 of 58
46. Question
If the occurrence of one event means that another cannot happen, then the events are:________
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Question 47 of 58
47. Question
If a card is chosen from a standard deck of cards, what is the probability of getting a diamond (♦) or a club (♣)?
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Question 48 of 58
48. Question
Which of the following is not an example of a discrete probability distribution/
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Question 49 of 58
49. Question
A listing of the possible outcomes of an experiment and their corresponding probability is called:_____
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Question 50 of 58
50. Question
The collection of one or more outcomes from an experiment is called:_________
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Question 51 of 58
51. Question
In which approach to probability the outcomes are equally likely to occur?
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Question 52 of 58
52. Question
In special rule of addition of probability, the events are Always:_________
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Question 53 of 58
53. Question
if you roll a pair of dice, what is the probability that (at least) one of the dice is a 4 or the sum of the dice is 7?
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Question 54 of 58
54. Question
If a card is chosen from a standard deck of cards, what is the probability of getting a five or a seven?
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Question 55 of 58
55. Question
The special rule of multiplication of probability, the events must be:_______
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Question 56 of 58
56. Question
Which of the following is not a correct statement about a Probability:_______
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Question 57 of 58
57. Question
The joint probability is :______
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Question 58 of 58
58. Question
In a Poisson probability distribution:________
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