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Multiple-choice questions on a test each have 4 possible answers, one of which is correct. Assume that you guess the answers to 5 such questions. a. Use the multiplication rule to find the probability that the first 2 guesses are wrong and the last 3 guesses are correct. That is, find P(WWCCC), where C denotes a... show more Multiple-choice questions on a test each have 4 possible answers, one of which is correct. Assume that you guess the answers to 5 such questions.
a. Use the multiplication rule to find the probability that the first 2 guesses are wrong and the last 3 guesses are correct. That is, find P(WWCCC), where C denotes a correct answer and W denotes a wrong answer.
b. Make a complete list of the different possible arrangements of 2 wrong answers and 3 correct answers, then find the probability for each entry in the list.
c. Based on the preceding results, what is the probability of getting exactly 3 correct answers when 5 guesses are made?
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