1.What is the probability of choosing a 2 or a heart from a deck of cards?
• 0.077
• 0.25
• 0.3077
• 0.3269

2.Chet is applying to both NYPD and CSI. The probability that he gets into NYPD is 0.6. The probability that he gets into CSI is 0.7. The probability that he gets into both is 0.4. What is the probability that he gets in to only NYPD?
• 0.1
• 0.2
• 0.3
• 0.4

3.Approximately 8/% of high school actors go on to perform in college. Of these college actors, only 1.9% go on to have a professional career. What is the probability that a high school actor will go on to play a professional career?
• 0.072%
• 0.152%
• 0.541%
• 1.10%

4.Approximately 10% of high school athletes go on to play sports in college. Of these college athletes, only 1.2% go on to play professional sports. What is the probability that a high school athlete will go on to play professional sports?
• 0.012%
• 0.02%
• 1.20%
• 0.12%

5.What is the probability of choosing a face card or a heart from a deck of cards?
• 0.3077
• 0.3269
• 0.4231
• 0.4807

6.What is the probability of choosing a 2 or a heart from a deck of cards?
• 0.077
• 0.25
• 0.3077
• 0.3269

7.Chet is applying to both NYPD and CSI. The probability that he gets into NYPD is 0.6. The probability that he gets into CSI is 0.7. The probability that he gets into both is 0.4. What is the probability that he gets in to only NYPD?
• 0.1
• 0.2
• 0.3
• 0.4

8.Approximately 8/% of high school actors go on to perform in college. Of these college actors, only 1.9% go on to have a professional career. What is the probability that a high school actor will go on to play a professional career?
• 0.072%
• 0.152%
• 0.541%
• 1.10%


9.Approximately 10% of high school athletes go on to play sports in college. Of these college athletes, only 1.2% go on to play professional sports. What is the probability that a high school athlete will go on to play professional sports?
• 0.012%
• 0.02%
• 1.20%
• 0.12%

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The table above shows the probability distribution for the number of videos rented. Notice the notation of x and P(x). What is the probability that a customer rents more than two videos? (not sure if the table is going to come up or not, if not dont worry about it)

  • 0.1
  • 0.2
  • 0.3
  • 0.4

The student population of a large urban school is 60% poverty. If a team of 12 is randomly selected from the students in this school, what is the probability that precisely 7 students live in poverty?


  • 0.227
  • 0.350
  • 0.714
  • 1.029