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Math

1. A bag contains 100 balls A. Sum C. Product


A. ¼ B. 1/16 C. 1/8
numbered 1 to 100. What is the B. B. Quotient D.
D. 1/7
probability that the number on Difference
10. If two events A and B are
the ball selected will be odd or 20. If the chance of one event
mutually exclusive events and
greater than 80? happening is not influenced by
the probability that A will
A. 0.10 C. 0.60 wether or not a second event
happen is Pa and the probability
B. 0.50 D. 0.70 happens, then the probability
that B will happen is Pb, then the
2. An electronic chip factory can that both events will happen is
probability that A or B happen is:
have 5 defective chips for every the ___ of their separate
A. Pa + Pb B. Pa x Pb C. Pa/Pb
100 it produces. If five chips are probabilities.
D. Pb/Pa
selected at random, what is the A. Sum B.Quotient C. Product
11. It is the characteristic of a
probability of getting at least D. Difference
population which is measurable.
one defective? 21. The arithmetic mean of 80
A. Sample C.
A. 0.22621 numbers is 55. If two numbers
Parameter
C. 0.2304 namely 250 and 850 are
B. Frequency D.
B. 0.7543 removed, what is the
Distribution
D. 0.2154 arithmetic mean of the
12. A pictorial description of the
3. A fair coin is tossed 5 times. remaining numbers?
probability concepts of
What is the probability of A. 42.31 B. 50 C. 38.62
independent and dependent
getting at least one tail? D. 57.12
events is called?
A. 0.64 C. 0.58 22. What is the mode of the set of
A. Histogram C.Bargraph
B. 0.97 D. 0.86 numbers: 2, 2, 8, 20, 33?
B. Venn Diagram D.
4. From a bag containing 4 black A. 2 B. 8 C. 20
Frequency polygon
balls and 5 white balls, two D. 33
13. A graph of cumulative frequency
balls are drawn one at a time. 23. A student taking a true-false
distribution plotted at the class
Find the probability that both test consisting of 15 questions
marks and connected by straight
balls are black. Assume that the guesses at the answers.
lines.
1st ball is returned before the Assuming that he is equally
A. Histogram
second ball is drawn. likely to make a correct or
C. Ogive
A. 4/9 incorrect guess on each
B. Venn Diagram
C. 1/6 question, find the probability
D.Scattergram
B. 16/81 that all of his answers will be
14. When the absolute error is
D. 5/9 right.
divided by the true value, the
5. Given n = 5 measurements: 2,
quotient is called as 𝐴. 3⁄32768
1, 1, 3, 5. Calculate the sample
A. Relative error C. B.5⁄32768
variance (𝑠 2 ).
A. 1.6
Residue C. 𝟏⁄𝟑𝟐𝟕𝟔𝟖
B. Gradient D.
C. 2.4 D. 7⁄32768
Slope
B. 3 24. What is the standard deviation
15. Summing the values or scores
D. 2.8 of 1, 4, and 7?
and dividing by the number of
6. In a restaurant, 100 tables had A. 3.6 B. 5.2 C. 4.5
values or scores give the
been served. Of these tables, D. 2.45
A. Mode B. Mean C. Median
15 had dish A only, 20 had dish 25. Find the median of the set of
D. Variance
B only, 15 had dish C only, 10 numbers: 2, 8, 33, 2 and 20.
16. The average of the squared
had dishes A and B only, 15 had A. 8 B. 2 C. 33
deviations from the mean
dishes B and C only, 15 had D. 20
A. Mode B.Mean C.
dishes C and A only, and 10 had 26. It is calculated by arranging the
Median D.
all three dishes. In how many terms in order taking away the
Variance
tables can dishes A or B be first quarter and the fourth
17. It is defined to be the quotient
found? quarter of the values and then
obtained by dividing the
A. 75 B. 85 C. 90 D. finding the arithmetic mean of
standard deviation by the mean.
80 what remains.
7. An urn contains 4 black balls A. Standard deviation C. A. Interquartile mean
and 6 white balls. What is the interquartile range C. Trimmed mean
probability of getting 1 black B. Relative D. percentile B. Deleted mean D.
ball and 1 white ball in two ranking variability Quarter mean
consecutive draws from the 18. The sum of the probability of all 27. The standard deviation is the
urn? the outcomes of an experiment ___ of the variance.
A. 0.04 B. 0.53 C. 0.27 is always A. Square C. Reciprocal
D. 0.04 A. 0 and 1 B. 0 C. 0 or 1
8. How many triangles are D. 1 B. Square root D. Cube
determined by the vertices of 19. If two events are mutually 28. Solve the remaining side of the
of a regular hexagon? exclusives, that is, if they cannot spherical triangle whose given
A. 10 B. 20 C. 15 occur simultaneously, then the parts are A = B = 80ᵒ and a = b =
D. 25 probability of at least one 89ᵒ.
9. Two people are chosen occurring is equal to the ___ of A. 168ᵒ 31 min.
randomly from 4 married their respective probabilities. C. 134ᵒ 45 min.
couple. What is the probability B. 172ᵒ 54min
that they will are husband and D. 108ᵒ 25 min.
wife?