7th grade math (probability)

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Ten cards numbered 1 through 10 are mixed together and then one card is drawn. Find the probability of each event. Write each answer as a fraction, percent, and decimal.

14. P(less than 5)
= 4/10 = 2/5
Ans: 2/5, 40%, 0.4

15. P(greater than 3)
= 7/10
Ans: 7/10, 70%, 0.7

16. P(odd)
Ans: 5/10 or 1/2, 50%, 0.50

17. P(even)
Ans: 5/10 or 1/2, 50%, 0.50

18. P(not a multiple of 4)
=8/10 = 4/5
Ans: 4/5, 80%, 0.80

19. P(not 5,6,7,8)
= 6/10 = 3/5
Ans: 3/5, 60%, 0.60

20. P(divisible by 3)
Ans: 3/10, 30%, 0.3

asked by Alexis
  1. They all look good to me.

    posted by Steve
  2. Thanks!

    posted by Alexis
  3. all of these answers are WRONG

    posted by kendall
  4. I need one on P(7 or 9) if you could help me find it that would be AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    posted by Teagan
  5. Of the students 63%girls the school is randomly selecting to be interviewed describe the complete as a selecting a girl and find the probability of the complainant write the answer as a fraction decimal and percent

    posted by Joy

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