Pat Statsdud is about to write a multiple-choice exam but as usual knows absolutely nothing. Pat plans to guess one of the five choices. Pat has been given one of the professor’s previous exams with the correct answers marked. The correct choices were recorded where 1 = (a), 2 = (b), 3 = (c), 4 = (d), and 5 = (e). Help Pat determine whether this professor does not randomly distribute the correct answer over the five choices? If this is true, how does it affect Pat’s strategy?