# What is the probability that one will be chosen among four choices?

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## What is the probability that one will be chosen among four choices?

correct? The immediate thought is – there are four options, so if I pick one at random then each has a one in four chance of being chosen. That means the answer is 1/4, or 25\%.

## How do you guess multiple choice questions?

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**How do you guess exam answers?**

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**How do you answer exam questions?**

Answering Exam Questions

- Read through the entire exam to plan an overall strategy.
- Look at each exam question to identify key words.
- Think about what kind of writing the key word or words call for.
- Make notes to yourself of the points you want to cover in the response.
- Begin your response by echoing the question.

### How many possible answers does a 10 question multiple choice exam have?

A 10 question multiple choice exam is given and each question has 5 possible answers. A student takes this exam and guesses at every question. What is the probability they get at least 9 questions correct? | Socratic

### What is the probability of getting a wrong answer?

And the probability of getting a correct answer is 1 8 (which he gets 8 times) and that of an incorrect answer is 3 8 (which he gets 2 times). The probability of correct answer of one question is 1/4, so the probability of wrong answer is 3/4. Look at this formula (we use expansion of (a+b)^n ).

**What is the probability of a student choosing the correct answer?**

Student is equally likely to pick any outcome in any given question. Hence, probability of choosing correct answer is 1/4 = 0.25. Probability of choosing incorrect answer is 1–1/4 = 3/4 = 0.75. The number of trials is 10.

**How many different ways can you choose the incorrectly answered questions?**

However, for any pair, say questions m and n, they could have been chosen in the order mn or nm, which are obviously the same pair, so we need to use an actual total of 90/2 = 45 different ways to choose the incorrectly answered questions.