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# Quiz for Part V: Statistical Foundations

## Chapter 11: Probability Theory

**What is a sample space?**- a) The space in a graph where samples are plotted.
- b) The set of all possible outcomes of an experiment.
- c) The space between statistical variables.
- d) The set of all possible combinations of events.

**What does a discrete probability distribution define?**- a) The probability of each point in a continuous random variable.
- b) The probability of each outcome in a sample space.
- c) The probability of a certain range of values in a random variable.
- d) None of the above.

**Which distribution is often used to model the number of successes in a fixed number of independent Bernoulli trials?**- a) Uniform Distribution
- b) Normal Distribution
- c) Binomial Distribution
- d) Poisson Distribution

## Chapter 11: Probability Theory

**What is a sample space?**- a) The space in a graph where samples are plotted.
- b) The set of all possible outcomes of an experiment.
- c) The space between statistical variables.
- d) The set of all possible combinations of events.

**What does a discrete probability distribution define?**- a) The probability of each point in a continuous random variable.
- b) The probability of each outcome in a sample space.
- c) The probability of a certain range of values in a random variable.
- d) None of the above.

**Which distribution is often used to model the number of successes in a fixed number of independent Bernoulli trials?**- a) Uniform Distribution
- b) Normal Distribution
- c) Binomial Distribution
- d) Poisson Distribution

## Chapter 11: Probability Theory

**What is a sample space?**- a) The space in a graph where samples are plotted.
- b) The set of all possible outcomes of an experiment.
- c) The space between statistical variables.
- d) The set of all possible combinations of events.

**What does a discrete probability distribution define?**- a) The probability of each point in a continuous random variable.
- b) The probability of each outcome in a sample space.
- c) The probability of a certain range of values in a random variable.
- d) None of the above.

**Which distribution is often used to model the number of successes in a fixed number of independent Bernoulli trials?**- a) Uniform Distribution
- b) Normal Distribution
- c) Binomial Distribution
- d) Poisson Distribution

## Chapter 11: Probability Theory

**What is a sample space?**- a) The space in a graph where samples are plotted.
- b) The set of all possible outcomes of an experiment.
- c) The space between statistical variables.
- d) The set of all possible combinations of events.

**What does a discrete probability distribution define?**- a) The probability of each point in a continuous random variable.
- b) The probability of each outcome in a sample space.
- c) The probability of a certain range of values in a random variable.
- d) None of the above.

- a) Uniform Distribution
- b) Normal Distribution
- c) Binomial Distribution
- d) Poisson Distribution