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1 The number of points scored in an NBA season for a team has the following statistics: Games played is 82, mean = 99.6, mode = 104, and median = 102. How would you describe a graph of this data?
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2 In a ten question multiple choice (4 options) quiz on FunTrivia, you have a chance of roughly 0.0000954% to get all ten questions right guessing at random. How is this number calculated?
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3 Craps is played with two dice. If you roll a 7 or an 11 on your first roll, you win. What are the chances that you win on your first roll?
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4 One of the most common statistics worldwide is a periodic count of the population. What is this known as?
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5 Combinatorics: Assume the balls are indistinguishable in all aspects except color. In an urn with 5 black balls and 3 white balls, how many ways can you pick 2 black balls and 1 white ball at once?
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6 What is the probability of rolling 3 dice, and them all landing on a 6?
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7 In combinatorial analysis, the basic principle of counting provides a convenient way to calculate the number of possible outcomes for experiments. Let say you are given 3 caps, 4 shirts, 5 pants and 6 pairs of shoes. By using this principle, how many ways can you dress yourself?
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8 A duelist playing the "Yu Gi Oh" trading card game wants to win using the Exodia cards. These are a set of five different cards, each containing a piece of Exodia's body. In the game, each player draws a starting hand of five cards. Assuming the player has a deck of 40 cards which contains a complete Exodia set and where all the cards are different (i.e. contains no duplicate cards), what are the odds that their starting hand of five cards will be the complete Exodia set?
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9 In statistics, the mean is the sum of all the observations divided by the number of observations. In other words, the mean is the average value of a set of data. The mean of a set that consists of five data points is 20. You are also given that three of the five data points are 5, 15 and 30. The remaining two numbers share the same value, which is ___. 20 35 40 25
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10 You pick two cards out of a standard pack of 52. The first card is a king. What's the probability of the second card also being a king?
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