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


1.

How would you describe the following events, of randomly
drawing a RED card OR a card
with a NUMBER?
   
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.
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;  c.  Mutually Exclusive;  b.  Inclusive;  d.  Mutually Exclusive; 


3.

Use the Venn Diagram to answer the
following:
   


4.

Given, P(A) = 0.6, P(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).


5.

Eddie asked each member of their class if they have their own car and also if
they have a parttime 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 parttime job. In the entire class there were a
total of 10 people that had a parttime job. How many students didn’t have a parttime job
and also didn’t have a car?
