MCQ on Probability (Part 1) – Class 10 Mathematics – Chapter 15 (NCERT)

The Chapter 15 of Class 10 Mathematics under the NCERT Syllabus is about the Probability. The Chapter discusses the Probability of various experiments, events, and their outcomes. This section covers the MCQ on Probability for practice.

This is Part 1 of MCQ on Probability which is chapter 15 of Class 10 Mathematics. This part contains 20 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) and there are four options for each question. Out of the four options, only one option is correct. Choose the correct answer for all the questions and click on the submit button to get the results.

MCQ on Probability (Part 1) -  Class 10 Mathematics - Chapter 15 (NCERT)

1. 
In probability, the chance of happening events is measured by a number lying from

2. 
Three unbiased coins are tossed together, then

3. 
Two unbiased coins are tossed simultaneously and the probability of getting not head is \[\frac{A}{B}\]. The value of \[(A+B)^2\] is

4. 
An event associated to a random experiment is a compound event if it is obtained by combining two or more elementary events associated to the random experiment

5. 
Which of the following cannot be the probability of an event

6. 
The sum of probability of all elementary events of an experiment is \[p\], then

7. 
A letter is chosen random from the word \[COMPUTER\]. The probability that the letter will be a consonant is

8. 
A number \[y\] is chosen at random from the numbers \[-3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4\]. What is the probability of \[y<2\]

9. 
A coin and a die is tossed simultaneously. The probability of getting 'tail' and 'prime number' is

10. 
A letter is chosen random from the word \[COCACOLA\]. The probability that the letter will be a vowel is

11. 
On a single roll of a die, the probability of getting a number less than 7 is

12. 
The sum of probabilities of all the outcomes of an experiment is greater than one

13. 
The experiments that are repeated under identical conditions and they produce the same outcome every time are called

14. 
A coin is tossed twice. The probability of getting heads both the time is

15. 
A die is thrown once. The probability of getting a prime number is

16. 
The probability of an event that cannot occur is

17. 
An outcome of a random experiment is called

18. 
If three different coins are tossed together, the probability of getting 2 heads is

19. 
The experiments that are repeated under identical conditions and they do not produce the same outcome every time are called

20. 
The probability of an event that is unlikely to happen is closest to


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