E-PolyLearning

1. The way of getting information from measuring the observation whose outcomes occurrence is on chance is called
a. beta experiment
b. random experiment
c. alpha experiment
d. gamma experiment
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Answer: (b).random experiment

2. The probability of second event in the situation if the first event has been occurred is classified as
a. series probability
b. conditional probability
c. joint probability
d. dependent probability
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Answer: (b).conditional probability

3. The probability which is based on the self-beliefs of the persons involved in the experiment is classified as
a. subjective approach
b. objective approach
c. intuitive approach
d. sample approach
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Answer: (a).subjective approach

4. In probability theories, the events which can never occur together are classified as
a. collectively exclusive events
b. mutually exhaustive events
c. mutually exclusive events
d. collectively exhaustive events
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Answer: (c).mutually exclusive events

5. The joint probability of the independent events J and K is equal to
a. P(J) * P(K)
b. P(J) + P(K)
c. P(J) * P(K) + P(J-K)
d. P(J) * P(K) - P(J * K)
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Answer: (a).P(J) * P(K)

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