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# Artificial Intelligence Certainty Factor Aptitude Questions and Answers (MCQ)

**Aptitude Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Certainty factor**: This section contains aptitude questions and answers on certainty factor in AI.

Submitted by Monika Sharma, on June 07, 2020

- The certainty factor is same as the probability of any event
- The Certainty Factor (CF) is a numeric value that tells us about how likely an event or a statement is supposed to be true
- The Certainty Factor (CF) is a numeric value that tells us about how certain we are about performing a particular task
- None of the above

What is the range of this numeric value, i.e. Certainty Factor?

"The value of the Certainty factor lies between -1.0 to +1.0, where the negative 1.0 value suggests that the statement can never be true in any situation, and the positive 1.0 value defines that the statement can never be false."

What does the value 0 denote for CF?

"The value of the Certainty factor lies between -1.0 to +1.0, where the negative 1.0 value suggests that the statement can never be true in any situation, and the positive 1.0 value defines that the statement can never be false."

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