Answer these 40+ Probability Statistics MCQs and see how sharp is your knowledge of Probability Statistics.

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A. Additive Law

B. Bayesâ€™s Law

C. Multiplicative Law

D. None of these

A. Additive Law

B. Bayesâ€™s Law

C. Multiplicative Law

D. None of these

A. Bivariate Random

B. Univariate Random

C. Multivariate Random

D. None of these

A. Bivariate Random

B. Univariate Random

C. Multivariate Random

D. None of these

A. One

B. Two

C. Three

D. Four

A. One

B. Two

C. Three

D. Four

A. 0.1

B. 1

C. 10

D. 100

A. Conditional Outcome

B. Dependent Outcome

C. Conditional Outcome

D. Both a and b

A. Conditional Outcome

B. Dependent Outcome

C. Conditional Outcome

D. Both a and b

A. Bivariate Variable

B. Dependent Variable

C. Multivariate Variable

D. Both a and b

A. Summed

B. Divided

C. Multiplied

D. Squared

A. True

B. False

A. Conditional Outcome

B. Dependent Outcome

C. Conditional Outcome

D. Independent Outcome

A. Summed

B. Divided

C. Multiplied

D. Squared

A. Sum

B. Product

C. Sum of product

D. Difference of product

A. Sum

B. Product

C. Sum of product

D. Difference of product

A. Sum

B. Product

C. Sum of product

D. Difference of product

A. 0

B. 1

C. 10

D. 100

A. True

B. False

A. Total number of possible outcomes

B. Product of possible outcomes

C. Square root of possible outcomes

D. None of these

A. 0.01

B. 0.10

C. 1.00

D. 10.0

A. True

B. False

A. Sample Space

B. Outcome Space

C. Random Space

D. Both a and b

A. Sum

B. Square

C. Square root

D. All of these

A. Sum

B. Square

C. Square root

D. All of these

A. Variance of a Probability Distribution

B. Standard Deviation of a Probability Distribution

C. Mean of a Probability Distribution

D. None of these

A. The proportion of times an outcome is not likely to occur.

B. The fraction of times an outcome is likely to occur.

C. Can be estimated only for past events.

D. All of these.

A. 1/4.

B. 1/3.

C. 0.5.

D. 1.4.

A. Probability is most useful for describing fixed events.

B. Probability can be negative.

C. Probability cannot be stated as a fraction or decimal.

D. Probability varies between 0 and 1.

A. 13/52

B. 1/52

C. 4/52

D. 1/13

A. 1/6

B. 4/6

C. âˆ’2/6

D. âˆ’3/6

A. .22.

B. .68.

C. 1.00.

D. This is not possible.

A. .9.

B. .5.

C. .25.

D. .06.

A. P = .07.

B. P = .57.

C. P = .55.

D. There is not enough information to answer this question.

A. .08

B. .25

C. .50

D. .67

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. Extraneous

B. Strategy

C. External

D. Valid

A. All of the above

B. None of the above

C. Drop the packet

D. Log the packet

A. Stressing to the management information systems department the urgency in completing the global information system

B. Understanding that a global information system evolves over time and requires continual maintenance and refinement

C. Completing a system that meets all information needs when the system is launched

D. Provides information, typically in reports, that supports effective decision making and provides feedback on daily operations