The answer would be A. Not allowing children to ride
you marked A, which is correct because having kids ride is a health liability
Explanation: kids lack the judgment to do what is smart in difficult situations.
a) The probability of getting the correct answer =
b) The probability of getting a correct answer after eliminating one answer is
Step 1 :
Number of possible answers available for each question = 6
The student takes a guess at the answer, we need to obtain the probability of selecting the correct answer.
This can be obtained by dividing the favorable outcomes by the total available outcomes =
Hence probability of getting the correct answer =
Step 2 :
The student eliminates one of the six possible answers. Hence the total possible answers available here is 6 - 1 = 5
The probability that the student guesses the correct answer from the available 5 answers is
The probability of selecting a correct answer after eliminating one answer is
Step 3 :
a) The probability that student selects correct answer =
b) The probability that student selects correct answer after eliminating one answer is
a. About 17% or
Because there is only 1 possible correct answer out of 6 choices.
b. 20% or
Because now the student eliminated 1, and there is 5 choices left. But only 1 is correct.