## The probability that a student guesses the correct answer to a four-choice multiple choice question is P(correct) = 0.25. How many cor

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The probability that a student guesses the correct answer to a four-choice multiple choice question is

P(correct) = 0.25. How many correct answers should a student expect to guess on a test with 68

four-choice multiple choice questions?

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Since we already know that there is a 25% chance to guess the correct answer to a multiple choice question, all we have to do is multiply .25 and 68 to get the expected amount of answers a student can possibly guess. We multiply .25 since it is the decimal form of 25% and 68 is our total questions.

.25 x 68 = 17

Therefore, a student can expect to guess 17 answers correct on a test with 68 multiple choice questions.

Answer:the answer is 17

Step-by-step explanation:Hope this helps!