MATH SOLVE

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# Please explain.A quiz has 3 multiple-choice questions with 4 possible answer choices each. For each question, there is only 1 correct answer.A student chooses each answer at random. What is the probability that the student will answer all three questions correctly?

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Answer:25% probabilityStep-by-step explanation:If there are three questions with four possible choices, there are twelve total answer choices. if you only get one answer as the correct one in each question then there's three out of the twelve answer choices that are correct in total. Basically, 3/12 = .25 = 25%. that's for total. Also, with each question having 4 answers with 1 correct, 1/4 = .25 = 25% as well.I hope this helped!