# Probability: Other Probability Problems – #29246

Question: A test consists of multiple-choice questions, each having four possible answers with only one being correct. Assume that you guess the answers to six such questions.

a. Find the probability that the first two guesses are wrong and the last four guesses are correct.

b. Determine the number of different possible arrangement of two wrong answers and four correct answers.

c. What is the probability of getting exactly four correct answers when six guesses are made?