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Practice 7.6H Qualitative and Quantitative Predictions
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by Conor Rayel
| 9 Questions
1
1 pt
Scarlett is making a card. She has a drawer with 3 red, 2 pink, 5 green, 1 white, and 4 purple pieces of paper. How likely is it that Scarlett will randomly select a pink piece of paper?
unlikely
as likely to happen as not
likely
certain
2
1 pt
Heather has a bag of 15 red, 11 orange, 9 yellow, 12 green, 6 blue, and 11 purple markers. How many times would you expect Heather to picka red marker if she picked a marker 90 times? Round to the nearest whole number
3
1 pt
Use the picture above to answer the following question: How many times would you expect the spinner to NOT land on Red if the spinner is spun 40 times?
4
1 pt
Tony has a workout playlist consisting of 4 songs for stretching, 14 songs for running, and 6 songs for lifting weights. If the playlist is shuffled, how likely is it a randomly selected son will be a song for running?
impossible
as likely to happen as not
likely
certain
5
1 pt
Justin is tossing a quarter to determine which team gets the ball at the beginning of a football game. The Rams get the ball if the quarter lands on heads and the Tigers get the ball if the quarter lands on tails. How likely is it that the Rams will have the ball at the beginning of the game?
unlikely
as likely to happen as not
likely
certain
6
1 pt
Use the table above to answer the following question:
Sam is renting a car for vacation. The table shows the number of keys in a bag for each type of car in the parking lot. How many times would you expect Sam to randomly select keys for a convertible or a sports car if he selects a key 120 times?
7
1 pt
Use the table above to answer the following question:
The table shows the number of different color balloons set up for a dart game at a carnival. Which statement is true?
The probability of hitting a red balloon is as likely as hitting a yellow balloon.
The probability of hitting a blue balloon is greater than hitting the other color balloons.
The probability of hitting a yellow balloon is less than hitting the other color balloons.
The probability of hitting a green balloon is as likely as hitting a purple balloon
8
1 pt
Ava writes each letter of the alphabet on separate note cards and puts the cards in a hat. How many times would you expect Ava to pick a letter from her name if she picks a card 50 times, returning the card to the hat each time?
*Round to the nearest whole number*
9
1 pt
Elaina misses 2 free throws for every 10 attempts. How many free throws can you expect Elaina to make if she shoots 15 free throws in a game?