A multiple-choice test has 6 questions. Each question has 5 choices and only one of which is correct. If a student guesses the answer for each question find the probability that the students gets exactly four questions correct.

Guest Jan 18, 2022

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I think it would just be (1/5)^4 * (4/5)^2 since the problems aren't said to be different in any way so your answer would probably be 16/15625.

I might've gotten this wrong and if so, sorry, but idk.

ImDecentAtMath Jan 18, 2022