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Georgia Southern University College of Business Administration BUSA 3131 Business Statistics – Fall 2011 – Name __Jenna SIcard___ QUIZ #3 1. TRUE or FALSE: The individual outcome of a random phenomenon is difficult to predict. a. True b. False 2. TRUE or FALSE: Each experimental trial generates an outcome that can be used to predict the probability of the expected outcome, given a sufficiently large number of trials. a. True b. False 3. One flip of a coin would be an example of: a. an experimental trial b. an experimental outcome c. a random phenomenon d. none of the above 4. The outcome of two flips of a coin could be which of the following: a. head, head b. head, tail c. tail, tail d. all the above 5. An experiment is a process that generates well-defined outcomes. Which of the following is an example of an experiment? a. Toss of a coin b. toss of two coins c. roll of two dice d. all of the above 6. Probability is the numerical likelihood that an event will occur. Values of probability are

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