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06-05-Sample Quiz-Mutually Exclusive & Inclusive



Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

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How would you describe the following events, of randomly drawing a RED card OR a card with a NUMBER?

 

 

 

 

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a.
Independent
c.
Mutually Exclusive
b.
Inclusive
d.
Conditional
 

 2. 

Consider the following table with information about a sample of students from Phoenix High School and the transportation they use. 

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What is the probability randomly selecting a person from this group and picking a student that is a Car Rider  OR they Use the Bus?
Also, determine whether the events are Mutually Exclusive or Inclusive.

 

a.
Inclusive; mc002-2.jpg
c.
Mutually Exclusive; mc002-4.jpg
b.
Inclusive; mc002-3.jpg
d.
Mutually Exclusive; mc002-5.jpg
 

 3. 

Use the Venn Diagram to answer the following:


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a.
0.10
c.
0.40
b.
0.20
d.
0.70
 

 4. 

Given, P(A) = 0.6P(B) = 0.4, P(A and B) = 0.1 , determine the probability of  P(A or B) if the two events are inclusive (use either of the diagrams below to help you).
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a.
0
c.
0.90
b.
0.40
d.
1
 

 5. 

Eddie asked each member of their class if they have their own car and also if they have a part-time job. He determined that 7 students had their own car and 13 did not have a car. 6 of the students that had a car also had a part-time job.  In the entire class there were a total of 10 people that had a part-time job. How many students didn’t have a part-time job and also didn’t have a car?

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a.
4
c.
9
b.
7
d.
13
 



 
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