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Combo meals come in three dishes. One can have a


pizza, spaghetti and a burger. If there are 4 types of
pizza, 3 types of spaghetti and 2 types of burger,
how many combo meals are there?
a. 24
c. 9
b. 44
d. 13
A, B, C and D are going to ride in As car to go to the
mall. But only A and C know how to drive and D
does not want to sit in front. How many ways can
the four sit on the car if the car has two front seats
and two back seats?
a. 10
c. 12
b. 6
d. 8
In a press conference before the All-Star Game,
eight All-Stars will be taking questions. Three are
Cubs, three are Red Sox, and two are Yankees. If
teammates insist on sitting together, how many
ways can the eight All-Stars be seated in a row?
a. 242
c. 424
b. 363
d. 636
In how many ways can one hang 10 different
paintings on 5 empty spaces on the wall?
a. 30240
c. 32040
b. 30420
d.34020
In how many ways can you arrange 5 identical black
balls, 3 identical green balls and 4 identical white
balls in a straight line?
a. 22770
c. 72720
b. 20727
d. 27720

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How many distinct permutations do the word


ENGINEERING has?
a. 277200
c. 727200
b. 272700
d. 277020

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There are 5 positions on a flagstaff and 4 different


colors of flags, at least 5 flags of each color. How
many different signals are possible by displaying 5
flags simultaneously? Note that arrangement and
order is important.
a. 120
c. 1024
b. 625
d. 20

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If there are 6 persons, in how many ways can they


sit on a round table if two of them always want to be
next to each other while another 2 of them don't
want to be next to one another?
a. 72
c. 12
b. 144
d. 24
In how many ways can you arrange 3 different keys
on a keychain?
a. 6
c. 2
b. 1
d. 12

10. My school's ECE club has 6 boys and 8 girls. I need


to select a team to send to the IECEP competition.
We want 6 people on the team. In how many ways
can I select the team to have 4 girls and 2 boys?
a. 1414
c. 28
b. 1050
d. 56
11. In how many ways can you invite one or more of
your five friends into your birthday party?
a. 25
c. 31
b. 32
d. 10

12. A survey of 500 television viewers produced the


following results: 285 watch football games, 195
watch hockey games, 115 watch basketball games,
45 watch football and basketball games, 70 watch
football and hockey games, 50 watch hockey and
basketball games and 50 do not watch any of these
games. How many watch all of these three games?
a. 95
c. 110
b. 85
d. 20
13. A bag has 4 red marbles, 5 white marbles, and 6
blue marbles. Three marbles are drawn from the
bag (without replacement). What is the probability
that they are all the same color?

a. 34/455
b. 17/455

c. 43/455
d. 71/455

14. Pikachu tries to solve a really hard problem once


each day. He has a 1/4 probability of solving it each
day. What is the probability that he will solve it
before his sixth try?
a. 0.763
c. 0.237
b. 0.367
d. 0.732
15. Pikachu, Mudkip and Cyndaquill have different
chances of hitting the target. Pikachu can hit the
target 3/4 of the time, Mudkip can hit the target 2/3
of the time and Cyndaquill can hit the target 1/2 of
the time. They all go for the target simultaneously.
What is the probability that at least one of them will
hit the target?
a. 23/24
c. 1/24
b. 1/4
d. 3/4
16. What is the probability of drawing either an ace or a
king in a single draw from a deck of 52 playing
cards?
a. 1/13
c. 2/13
b. 7/52
d. 1/6
17. Two people are chosen randomly from 4 married
couples. What is the probability that they are
husband and wife?
a. 1/28
c. 1/14
b. 3/28
d. 1/7
18. A point is selected at random inside a circle. Find
the probability that the point is closer to the center
than to its circumference.
a. 1/4
c. 1/3
b. 1/2
d. 1
19. Two red books and 4 blue books are placed at
random on a shelf. What is the probability that the
blue books will be together?
a. 0.1
c. 0.2
b. 0.143
d. 0.341
20. What is the probability of getting a 9 exactly once in
three throws of a pair of dice?
a. 0.561
c. 0.862
b. 0.263
d. 0.751
21. What is the probability that exactly 2 out of 3 tosses
of a fair coin will be heads?
a. 1/4
c. 3/8
b.
d. 5/8
22. Four light bulbs are chosen at random from 20 bulbs
of which 5 are defective. Find the probability that
exactly one is defective.
a. 0.2787
c. 0.1897
b. 0.0493
d. 0.4696
23. What is the probability that of 5 cards dealt from a
well shuffled deck, 3 will be hearts and two
spades?
a. 143/16660
c. 253/16660
b. 29/4560
d. 43/4560
24. In a class of 28 students, the teacher selects four
people at random to participate in a geography
contest. What is the probability that this group of
four students includes at least two of the top three
geography students in the class? Express your
answer as a common fraction.
a. 37/819
c. 73/819
b. 73/918
d. 37/918
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A couple has two children. Find the probability p that
both children are boys if it is given that at least one
of the children is a boy.
a. 1/2
c. 1/4
b. 1/3
d. 1/5
26. A pair of fair dice is thrown. Find the probability that
the sum is 10 or greater if 5 appears on at least one
of the die.
a. 1/3
c. 1/12
b. 3/11
d. 1/2

27. In a certain college, 4% of the men and 1% of the


women are taller than 6 feet. Furthermore, 60% of
the students are women. Now if a student is
selected at random and is taller than 6 feet, what is
the probability that the student is a woman?
a. 2/11
c. 4/11
b. 3/11
d. 1/11
28. Suppose a voter poll is taken in three states. In state
A, 50% of voters support the liberal candidate, in
state B, 60% of the voters support the liberal
candidate, and in state C, 35% of the voters support
the liberal candidate. Of the total population of the
three states, 40% live in state A, 25% live in state B,
and 35% live in state C. Given that a voter supports
the liberal candidate, what is the probability that she
lives in state B?
a. 20/63
c. 10/21
b. 10/31
d. 22/63
29. You draw one card from a standard deck of playing
cards. If you pick a heart, you will win $10. If you
pick a face card, which is not a heart, you win $8. If
you pick any other card, you lose $6. How much is
your expected earnings?
a. $ 0.42
c. $ 0.24
b. - $ 0.42
d. - $ 0.24
30. A detective figures that he has a one in nine chance
of recovering stolen property. His outof- pockets
expenses for the investigation are $9,000. If he is
paid his fee only if he recovers the stolen property,
what should he charge clients in order to
breakeven?
a. $ 108,000
c. $ 81,000
b. $ 90,000
d. $ 117,000
31. Find the median of the following scores: 30, 73, 62,
60, 58, 70, 60, 95, 66, 51, 85.
a. 62
c. 30
b. 60
d. 70
32. Find the median of the following scores: 73, 62, 60,
58, 70, 60, 90, 66, 51, 85.
a. 66
c. 60
b. 62
d. 64
33. On the first six tests, Pikachus scores were 95, 91,
92, 78, 92 and 86. If Pikachu took a seventh test
and raised his tests mean by exactly +1, what was
his score on the seventh test?
a. 89
c. 95
b. 92
d. 96
34. During the given month, ten farmers sold 13, 17, 10,
18, 18, 9, 17, 13, 15, 14 sacks of rice respectively.
What is the mode of this group of data?
a. 13
c. 18
b. 17
d. All of the choices
35. During the given month, ten farmers sold 13, 17, 10,
18, 18, 9, 17, 13, 15, 14 sacks of rice respectively.
Determine the midrange.
a. 4.5
c. 5
b. 5.5
d. 6
36. Find the mean deviation of the following scores: 5,
4, 6, 8, 7, 9, 5, 3, 6, 8.
a. 3.12
c. 2.11
b. 1.52
d. 4.25
37. Ryan gets 50 on his Statistics midterm where the
mean of his class is 40 and the standard deviation is
10. Determine his z-score.
a. -1
c. 1
b. 0
d. 5
38. Find the quadratic mean of the numbers 3, 5, 6, 6, 7,
10 and 12.
a. 7.0
c. 7.55
b. 7.25
d. 7.85
39. Find the standard deviation of the following data 2,
5, 3, 4, 7, 0, 11, 2, 3, 8.
a. 3.1
c. 3.5
b. 3.3
d. 3.7

40. An English class consists of 20 French students, 25


Italian students and 15 Spanish students. On an
exam, the French students averaged 78, Italian
students averaged 75 and Spanish students
average 76. Find the mean grade of the class.
a. 76
c. 76.25
b. 76.75
d. 76.65