A student takes a multiple-choice test that has 10 questions. Each question has two choices. The student guesses randomly at each answer. Round the answers to three decimal places.
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A student takes a multiple-choice test that has 10 questions. Each question has two choices. The...
A student takes a multiple choice test that has 8 questions. Each question has five choices. The student guesses randomly at each answer. Let X be the number of questions answered correctly. a) P(3) = ? b) P(More than 2) =
A student takes an exam containing 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has 5 choices. If the student guesses, what is the probability that he will get less than 7 but more than 5 questions right? Round your answer to four decimal places.
Take a guess: A student takes a multiple-choice test that has 12 questions. Each question has five choices. The student guesses randomly at each answer. Let X be the number of questions answered correctly. (a) Find P(5
Multiple-Choice Exam A student takes a 13-question, multiple-choice exam with two choices for each question and guesses on each question. Find the probability of guessing at least 9 out of 13 correctly. Assume the variable is binomial. Round the intermediate and final answers to three decimal places. P (guessing at least 9 out of 13 correctly) = x
A student takes an exam containing 12 multiple choice questions. Each question has 5 choices. At least 8 correct answers are required to pass. If the student guesses, what is the probability that he will pass? Round your answer to four decimal places.
A student takes a 13-question, multiple-choice exam with two choices for each question and guesses on each question. Assume the variable is binomial. Round the intermediate and final answers to three decimal places Find the probability of guessing at least 9 out of 13 correctly P (guessing at least 9 out of 13 correctly) -
A student takes a multiple choice test consisting of 5 questions where there are 4 choices per question. Also, each question is worth 20 points. Suppose the student guesses on each question. Let X be the number of questions the student gets correct. The probability distribution for X is given below. Find the probability that the student gets at least a 60 on the test. Give your answer to four decimal places.
Suppose a quiz has 12 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 answer choices. If a student takes the quiz and randomly guesses on every question.... Find the probability the student gets between 1 and 6, exclusive, questions correct? Find the probability the student gets more than 8 questions correct?
A multiple-choice examination consists of 75 questions, each having possible choices a, b, c, and d. Approximate the probability that a student will get more than 18 answers correct if he randomly guesses at each answer. (Note that, if he randomly guesses at each answer, then the probability that he gets any one answer correct is 0.25.) Use the normal approximation to the binomial with a correction for continuity. Round your answer to at least three decimal places. Do not...
5) A student takes a multiple choice test with 12 questions, Each question has 4 possible answers only one of which is correct. .If this student guesses on all of the questions what is the probability he gets exactly three correct answers? A) 0.1974 C) 0.2323 B) 0.2825 D) 0.2581 E) 0.1105