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A game spinner has 8 equal parts labeled A through H. What is the theoretical probability that you land on H?
a) 1/8
b) 1
c) 2/25
d) 1/26

Six of your friends are in an art class of 32 students. Four students will be chosen to leave early. What are the chances that four of your friends will be chosen?
a) 3/7192
b) 3/16
c) 1/8
d) 2/3

Of 100 students, 43 like chocolate ice cream, 68 like vanilla ice cream, and 35 like both. What is the probability that a student likes chocolate or vanilla ice cream?
a) 19/25
b) 111/100
c) 146/100
d) 1/10

You own 3 pairs of shoes, 10 shirts, and 4 pairs of pants. How many different outfits can you make that contain 1 pair of shoes, 1 pair of pants, and 1 shirt?
a) 17
b) 120
c) 7
d) 52

In a bag full of marbles there are: 3 red, 7 green, 5 yellow, and 4 blue. What is the probability of pulling two reds without replacement?
a) 9/361
b) 1/38
c) 1/57
d) 6/361

In a bag full of marbles there are: 3 red, 7 green, 5 yellow, and 4 blue. What is the probability of two reds with replacement?
a) 9/361
b) 1/38
c) 1/57
d) 6/361

In a bag full of marbles there are: 3 red, 7 green, 5 yellow, and 4 blue. What are the odds against pulling a blue?
a) 15:4
b) 4:15
c) 4:19
d) 19:4

In a bag full of marbles there are: 3 red, 7 green, 5 yellow, and 4 blue. What are the odds in favor of pulling a green or a yellow?
a) 12:7
b) 12:19
c) 19:12
d) 7:12

If a coin is flipped six times, what is the probability of getting six tails in a row?
a) 1/64
b) 1/2
c) 1/12
d) 12

How many different passwords can be created that contain six digits followed by two letters if the numbers and letters can repeat?
a) 676,000,000
b) 359,254,116
c) 98,280,000
d) 8

How many different passwords can be created that contain four digits followed by five letters if none of the numbers or letters repeat?
a) 39,783,744,000
b) 118,813,760,000
c) 98,280,000
d) 359,254,116

How many distinguishable permutations are there in the word CREATIVITY?
a) 907,200
b) 1,814,400
c) 90,720
d) 3,628,800

A game spinner has 8 equal parts labeled A through H. What is the theoretical probability that you land on A or G?
a) 1/4
b) 2
c) 3/10
d) 1/64

A game spinner has 8 equal parts labeled A through H. What is the theoretical probability that you land on D and G?
a) 1/64
b) 1/4
c) 2
d) 1/250

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