Sample Questions on Probability

Sample Questions on Probability - Sample Questions Name...

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Sample Questions Name__________________________ These questions are only meant to be sample questions from the Probability Chapter. Be sure to review the entire chapter, both examples and exercises, as well as the powerpoint presentation and Hawkes Learning modules for a complete review of Probability. 1. If two events, A and B, are mutually exclusive then they a. cannot be dependent b. cannot have a joint probability equal to zero c. can occur at the same time d. cannot be independent 2. Assume that a card is drawn at random from a fair deck of cards consisting of the usual 52 cards. What is the probability of drawing a Jack or a spade? a. 17/52 b. 1/52 c. 4/52 d. 13/52 e. 16/52 At a semiconductor plant, 60% of the workers are skilled and 80% of the workers are full- time. Ninety percent of the skilled workers are full-time. Answer the next two questions. 3. What is the probability that an employee selected at random is a skilled full-time employee? a. .90
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