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# On a six-question multiple-choice test there are five possible answers for each

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Problem 2.4-3

On a six-question multiple-choice test there are five possible answers for each question, of which one is correct (C) and four are incorrect (I). If a student guesses randomly and independently, find the probability of (a) Being correct only on questions 1 and 4 (i.e., scoring C, I, I, C, I, I). (b) Being correct on two questions.

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