MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# A question paper consists of two sections I and II), each containing five multiple choice questions. Each question in Section I has two choices True or False) and each question in section II has three choices( A, B or C).
What is the probability that a learner never answers 'C' in Section II?

Accepted Solution

A:

Since each question in Section II has three choices (A, B, or C), the probability of choosing either 'A' or 'B' for each question is 2/3.
Therefore, the probability that a learner never answers 'C' in Section II is (2/3)^5 or 32/243.