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"According to combination rule, if the total number of outcomes are 'r' and distinct outcome collection is 'n' then combinations are calculated as" MCQ PDF on probability and counting rules with choices *n! ⁄ r!(n - r)!, n! ⁄ r!(n + r)!, r! ⁄ n!(n - r)!, and r! ⁄ n!(n + r)!* for business administration degree courses. Practice probability and counting rules quiz questions for merit scholarship test and certificate programs for general business degree online.

**MCQ**: According to combination rule, if the total number of outcomes are 'r' and distinct outcome collection is 'n' then combinations are calculated as

n! ⁄ r!(n - r)!

n! ⁄ r!(n + r)!

r! ⁄ n!(n - r)!

r! ⁄ n!(n + r)!

a

**MCQ**: The method of counting the outcomes in which the number of outcomes are determined while considering the ordering is classified as

intersection combinations

union combinations

listed combination

permutations

d

**MCQ**: The method of counting the outcomes in which the number of outcomes are determined without taking care of the arrangement order is classified as

listed combinations

union combinations

intersection combination

unlisted combinations

c

**MCQ**: Considering the combination rule of counting the outcome, the value of 5! Is

5

120

24

20

b

**MCQ**: If a brown sack consists of 4 white balls and 3 black balls then the probability of one randomly drawn ball will be white is

4 ⁄ 7

1 ⁄7

4 ⁄ 4

4 ⁄ 3

a