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On a multiple-choice test you randomly guess the answers to two questions. Each question has five choices.

What is the probability that you get both answers correct?

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  1. Each question has a 1/5 chance of getting it correct solely by guessing. The probability of both/all events is found by multiplying the probability of the individual events.

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