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Multiple choice questions:
1. The collection of all outcomes for an experiment is called
a. A sample space
b. The intersection of events
c. Joint probability
2. A final outcome of an experiment is called
a. A compound event
b. A simple event
c. A complementary event
3. A compound event includes
a. All final outcomes
b. Exactly two outcomes
c. More than one outcome for an experiment
4. Two equally likely events
a. Have the same probability of occurrence
b. Cannot occur together
c. Have no effect on the occurrence of each other
5. Which of the following probability approaches can be applied only to experiments with equally likely outcomes?
a. Classical probability
b. Empirical probability
c. Subjective probability
6. Two mutually exclusive events
a. Have the same probability
b. Cannot occur together
c. Have no effect on the occurrence of each other
7. Two independent events
a. Have the same probability
b. Cannot occur together
c. Have no effect on the occurrence of each other
8. The probability of an event is always
a. Less than 0
b. In the range 0 to 1.0
c. Greater than 1.0
9. The sum of the probabilities of all final outcomes of an experiment is always
a. 100
b. 1.0
c. 0
10. The joint probability of two mutually exclusive events is always
a. 1.0
b. Between 0 and 1
c. 0
11. Two independent events are
a. Always mutually exclusive
b. Never mutually exclusive
c. Always complementary


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