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When Alison and Pamela play chess, Alison wins 60% of the time. If they play a best-3-of-5 series, how many games would you expect to be played before a winner is determined? Use the random digits below which were generated using the command Int(5 × Rand) + 1 on a graphing calculator. Let the digits 1-3 represent a win for Alison and the digits 4 and 5 represent a win for Pamela. Each string of random digits was terminated once a winner had been determined.

A)

4.5

B)

3.9

C)

3.6

D)

4.2

  • Math For Educator - ,

    When Alison and Pamela play chess, Alison wins 60% of the time. If they play a best-3-of-5 series, how many games would you expect to be played before a winner is determined? Use the random digits below which were generated using the command Int(5 × Rand) + 1 on a graphing calculator. Let the digits 1-3 represent a win for Alison and the digits 4 and 5 represent a win for Pamela. Each string of random digits was terminated once a winner had been determined.

  • Math For Educator - ,

    When Alison and Pamela play chess, Alison wins 60% of the time. If they play a best-3-of-5 series, how many games would you expect to be played before a winner is determined? Use the random digits below which were generated using the command Int(5 × Rand) + 1 on a graphing calculator. Let the digits 1-3 represent a win for Alison and the digits 4 and 5 represent a win for Pamela. Each string of random digits was terminated once a winner had been determined.

    1 4 2 5 3
    1 1 5 2
    5 2 4 1 2
    2 2 1
    2 5 4 1 5
    4 2 3 2
    1 5 5 2 4
    2 1 4 2
    2 3 5 1
    4 2 5 5
    1 4 2 5 3
    3 2 1
    4 3 5 2 2
    3 5 1 1
    5 4 5

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    Identify the specified angles.

    4)

    All pairs of corresponding angles


    4)

    _______

    A)

    Ú4 and Ú2, Ú5 and Ú7, Ú3 and Ú1, Ú6 and Ú8

    B)

    Ú4 and Ú8, Ú5 and Ú1, Ú3 and Ú7, Ú6 and Ú2

    C)

    Ú3, Ú2 , Ú7, and Ú6

    D)

    Ú4 and Ú1, Ú3 and Ú2, Ú5 and Ú8, Ú6 and Ú7

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    If the triangles are similar, write a similarity statement and give a reason why they are similar. If you cannot confirm that the triangles are similar, indicate "Not necessarily similar."

    9)




    9)

    _______

    A)

    ¢ABC ~ ¢DEF, SAS Similarity Theorem

    B)

    ¢ABC ~ ¢DEF, Right Triangle Similarity Theorem

    C)

    ¢ABC ~ ¢DEF, AA Similarity Postulate

    D)

    Not necessarily similar

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    Find the area of the specified figure.

    10)

    ¢ABC


    10)

    ______

    A)

    35 square units

    B)

    70 square units

    C)

    80 square units

    D)

    40 square

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    Use the properties of parallel lines to solve the problem.

    11)

    If p ðF q and mÚ8 = 52‹, what are the measures of the other angles?

    11)

    ______

    A)

    mÚ2 = mÚ4 = mÚ6 = 52‹, mÚ1 = mÚ3 = mÚ5 = mÚ7 = 38‹

    B)

    mÚ2 = mÚ4 = mÚ6 = 52‹, mÚ1 = mÚ3 = mÚ5 = mÚ7 = 128‹

    C)

    mÚ5 = mÚ6 = mÚ7 = 52‹, mÚ1 = mÚ2 = mÚ3 = mÚ4 = 128‹

    D)

    mÚ2 = mÚ4 = mÚ6 = 52‹, mÚ1 = mÚ3 = mÚ5 = mÚ7 = 138‹

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    Given the floor plan, determine whether a person could traverse through each unit by passing through each door only once.

    12)




    12)

    ______

    A)

    Yes

    B)

    No

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