Arrangements, Combinations and Probability [General SAT (College Board) Mathematics]: Questions 1  7 of 7
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Question 1
Appeared in Year: 2008
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MCQ▾Of the 26 cookies in a tin, the most common type is oatmeal. What is the probability that a cookie randomly selected from the tin is not oatmeal? (January)
Choices
Choice (5)  Response  

a. 
 
b. 
 
c.  It cannot be determined from the information given.  
d. 
 
e. 

Question 2
Appeared in Year: 2008
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MCQ▾A cookie jar contains 5 oatmeal cookies, 8 chocolate chip cookies and 2 peanut cookies. If a cookie is pulled from the jar what is the probability that it is chocolate chip or peanut cookie? (January)
Choices
Choice (5)  Response  

a. 
 
b. 
 
c. 
 
d. 
 
e. 

Passage
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The factorial of a number is the product of all the integers from one to the number. For the integers from one to the number. For example, 5 factorial is . The notation for a factorial is the number followed by an exclamation point.
Thus .
Question 3 (1 of 3 Based on Passage)
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MCQ▾
Choices
Choice (5)  Response  

a.  88  
b.  2  
c.  16  
d.  30  
e.  120 
Question 4 (2 of 3 Based on Passage)
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MCQ▾If , and and are integers, then
Choices
Choice (5)  Response  

a. 
 
b. 
 
c. 
 
d. 
 
e. 

Question 5 (3 of 3 Based on Passage)
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MCQ▾If then
Choices
Choice (5)  Response  

a.  16  
b.  36  
c.  6282  
d.  172  
e.  1080 
Question 6
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MCQ▾Two boys and two girls are assigned to sit at a fiveseat circular table, where the seats are numbered one through five. If neither boy can sit by the open seat, seat 3, how many different seating arrangements are possible?
Choices
Choice (5)  Response  

a.  2  
b.  5  
c.  3  
d.  4  
e.  6 
Question 7
Appeared in Year: 2018
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MCQ▾Out of the total 6 radios in a store, 2 are defective and 4 are not. A customer chooses 2 of these radios at random. If the first radio chosen is not defective, what is the probability that the second radio chosen is also not defective? (January)
Choices
Choice (5)  Response  

a. 
 
b. 
 
c. 
 
d. 
 
e. 
