Arrangements, Combinations and Probability [General SAT (College Board) Mathematics]: Questions 1 - 7 of 7

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Question 1

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Appeared in Year: 2008

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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)

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It cannot be determined from the information given.

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Question 2

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Appeared in Year: 2008

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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)

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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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Choice (5)Response

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88

b.

2

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16

d.

30

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120

Question 4 (2 of 3 Based on Passage)

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If , and and are integers, then

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Question 5 (3 of 3 Based on Passage)

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If then

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Choice (5)Response

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16

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36

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6282

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172

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1080

Question 6

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Two boys and two girls are assigned to sit at a five-seat 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?

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2

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5

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3

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4

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6

Question 7

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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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)

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