Year 11 Probability
 What is the probability of rolling an even numberon one die and an odd number on the other?½¾⅛ ¼ This list represents Frank's cards.If Frank randomly selects two cards,an Ace of Spades and Two of clubs,and does not replace them. What isthe probability the next card willbe a heart? 33 1/3% 30% 63% I have two different rings, fourhats, and three jackets. How many ways can I select a ring,hat, and jacket to wear?9 241/24 12  Each spinner is spun one time. What is the probability neither spinner willland on blue?1/123/10 1/211/12 If I spin each spinner one time, how many possibleoutcomes are there? 1281/81/12 The table shows the results of spinning a spinnerwith five equal sections fifty times. Based on theseresults, what is the probability of spinning anodd number?   25% 50% 2536%  This spinner has equal sections, labeled A, B, C, D, and E. If I spin the spinner two times, what is the probability it will land on A each time1/101/251/52/25 What is the probabilityof picking a yellowor a blue disc? Susan has 4 colors of wrapping paper, 3 colors of ribbon, and 2 types of tape. How many different ways does she have to wrap a package with one color of wrapping paper, one color of ribbon, and one type of tape?141224 What is the mean? the number(s) that occur the most frequently "arithmetic average"greatest number - smallest numberthe middle # in an ordered set of data the middle # in an ordered set of data the difference between the greatest & lowest numbers"arithmetic average" the number(s) that occurs the most frequentlyWhat is the best definition  for "range"? What is the mode? the number(s) that occur the most frequently "arithmetic average"greatest number - smallest numberthe middle number in an ordered set of data the middle number in an ordered set of data the difference between the greatest & lowest numbers"arithmetic average" the number(s) that occurs the most frequentlyWhat is the best definition  for "median"? Match the terms with the definitions.Use capital letters.A. ModeB. MedianC. RangeD. Mean"arithmetic average"and lowest valuesdifference between highest of data itemsexact middle value in a set data value occurring most often Tanya's has the following scores in Social Studies 95, 85, 65 and 77.  With these scores she currentlyhas an average grade of 80.  What is the lowestscore she can get on the next exam and stillbe able to maintain her 80 average? 74 777375 What is the median age of a player?What is the range of ages?Age Ranges of Football Team  3 21          key   13, 3, 4, 4, 5, 64,5, 6, 7, 7, 8,8,91, 3, 3, 5, 93= 13 What is the mode of the data?33, 23, 55, 66, 13, 35, 27, 28, 59,59, 55,55, 15, 16Given the following data create a stem and leaf plot.Stem        Leaf253, 3, 5,,9,9 If the outcome of an event does not effect the outcomeof another event, the two events are---------DependentCompoundIndependentSimple What is the probability of selecting a blue marble fromthe bag?2/75/7 10/497/7 If the outcome of an event does effect the outcome of another event, the two events are-------DependentIndependentCompoundSimple A bag contains 4 red marbles, 5 blue marbles, and 3 green marbles. Two marbles are picked at random. On the first pick a blue marble is drawn out and not replaced.  This is an example of:An Independent EventA Dependent Event Kaitlyn surveyed all the members of the middle school band about theirfavorite class this semester.  The results are shown in the table below.From these results, Kaitlyn concluded that band was the favorite class amongall the students in her school.  Which is the best explanation about why herconclusion may not be valid?The survey should have been done each day for a week.The sample was not representative of all the students at the school.The survey should have been done with eighth grade students only.The band meets only three days a week. Which circle graph best represents the type and number of pets reported bystudents in the survey?Mrs. Plachy surveyed the students in her science class about the type and numberof pets they owned.  The table shows the results of the survey.ABCD The number of games won over four years forthree teams is shown on the graph below.Team 2 won more games each year       than in the previous year.Team 1 always won more games       than Team 3.Team 3 always came in second.Team 1 had the best average overall.Which statement is truebased on this information? Here is a stem and leaf diagram showingthe ages of 9 peopleb. What is the range of ages?a.  What is the mean of the data?c. What is the median age?3201053514478Key 34   means 4 a. what is the modal test score?b. what is the range of scores?c. what is the mean score?(Round to the nearest tenth.)d. what is the median score?Here is a stem and leaf diagram showing thetest scores of 11 pupils74562  3  41  1  86  7  92  5Key 5  3   means 53 Match the terms with the definitions.Use capital letters.A. UnlikelyB. Equally LikelyC. ImpossibleD. Certaintwo outcomes that have thesame chance of happeningan event that may not happenan event that can not occuran event that is sure to happen UnlikelyEqually LikelyMore LikelyCertainThe sun will come up tomorrow is an example ofwhich type of event? A person living to be 200 years old is and exampleof which event?ImpossibleMore LikelyCertainUnlikely Getting heads or tails when flipping a coin is an exampleof which type of event?UnlikelyEqually LikelyMore likelyImpossible All students at Westlake Grls High SchoolAll Year 10 girls in NZ schoolsYear 10 students at WGHSJunior Year 10 studentsA survey is given to students in Year 10 atWestlake Girls High School.  What is the sample space? Create a tree diagram for the following problem. An ice cream shop has vanilla andchocolate ice cream, and chocolate and strawberry syrup.  You can also choosebetween sprinkles or nuts. Make a tree diagram showing the outcomes.Ice Cream Flavor     Syrup Flavor                Toppingvanillachocolatechocolatestrawberrynutssprinklessprinklesnuts
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