## Probability Test

Unit Test #50

Select your answers to the following 10 questions from the pop-up menus in the right hand column. Clicking the "Begin Test Again" button will clear all the answers.

 Q1: Two six-sided dice are rolled one after the other. The number of ways in which a total score of eight can be made is: A. 3B. 4C. 5D. 6 Answer 1: A                    B                    C                    D Q2: A ball is drawn from a bag containing 7 red, 3 white, and 10 blue balls.The probability that it is a red ball is: A. 0.7B. 0.35C. 0.14D. 0.07 Answer 2: A                    B                    C                    D Q3: Malua spins the pointer. The probability that it stops on the number 1 is: A 0.25B. 5C. 1D. 0.5 Answer 3: A                    B                    C                    D Q4: A fair coin is tossed 4 times. Each time it lands heads up.When it is tossed a fifth time, the probability that it will land heads up is: A. 0.25B. 0.2C. 0.5D. 1 Answer 4: A                    B                    C                    D Q5: 40 balls are numbered 1 to 40.One ball is selected at random.The probability that the number on the chosen ball will contain the numeral "3" is A. B. C. D. Answer 5: A                    B                    C                    D Q6: A six-sided die is rolled 60 times. How many times would you expect the die with the number "6" facing up? A. 6B. 10C. 20D. 5 Answer 6: A                    B                    C                    D Q7: A dart is thrown at the board shown A prize is won if the number hit is a multiple of 5. The probability that a prize will be won with one throw is: A. B. C. D. Answer 7: A                    B                    C                    D Q8: An event with a probability of 1 A. is certain to occurB. has an even chance of occurring.C. is unlikely to occurD. will never occur Answer 8: A                    B                    C                    D Q9: An event with a probability of 0 A. is certain to occurB. has an even chance of occurring.C. is unlikely to occurD. will never occur Answer 9: A                    B                    C                    D Q10: What is the probability that two heads occur when two coins are tossed? A. 0.5B. 0.25C. 0.4D. 0.2 Answer 10: A                    B                    C                    D