A single, standard number cube is tossed. What is the probability of getting a number other than 6?
A. 1
B. 1÷3
C. 5÷6
D. 1÷6

A standard number cube with the numbers 1 through 6 is rolled. Find the probability of rolling a number less than 4

A. 1 ÷ 4
B. 1÷3
C. 1÷2
D. 2÷3

A number cube is rolled 360 times, and the results are recorded as follows: 96 ones, 31 twos, 49 threes, 76 fours, 45 fives, and 63 sixes. What is the experimental probability of rolling a 2 or a 3?

A. 0.16
B. 0.22
C. 0.37
D. 0.78

From a barrel of colored marbles, you randomly select 6 blue, 4 yellow, 2 red, 3 green, and 5 purple marbles. Find the experimental probability of randomly selecting a marble that is not yellow.

A. 2÷6
B. 4÷5
C. 2÷3
D. 10÷19

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1. 1. there are 5 numbers other than 6
prob(getting one of those) = 5/6

2. there are 3 numbers less than 4,
1,2, or 3
prob(a number less than 4) = 3/6 = 1/2

3. rolling a 2 or 3 happened 80 times
prob(of the stated event) = 80/360 = 2/9 = .22..

4. there are 16 of the 20 which are not yellow
prob(of stated event) = 16/20 = 4/5

Wow, let me toss a probability question at you.
What is the prob that by merely guessing with 4 choices you would get 4 out of 4 wrong??

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2. julius has a plastic bag with 14 marbles in it of these 4 are red, seven are blue and three are green what fraction of his marbles is red? And what fraction of his marbles is blue?

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3. 1 i think itz A

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4. What are the rest xd

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5. It is A.

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6. Thats it only one question answer? CHEAP

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7. Reiny what are the answers

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9. 1. C
2. B
3. B
4. B
5. A
6. B
7. B
8. A
9. C
10. A
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12. D
13. C
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15. There are 3 entrees and 3 vegetables if your having a party and everyone wants different meals but from the same menu you would have to do 3x3 which equals 9 so, 9 people will get different meals and if you have more you will have to double up

plzz don't copy and paste No.15 just use it as a guide (:

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11. anyone else notice the test questions change..

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12. Be careful of these lists of answers without explanations. Sometimes kids deliberately post wrong answers. Sometimes teachers and/or test publishers mix the questions and answer choices up. Sometimes they change them completely!

Be aware!

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13. i need the answers :((

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14. Were this the anwers

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16. you guys are slow hmph

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18. i

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19. 1. 5/6
2. 1/8
3. 3/10
4. 1/2
5. 0.32
6. 9/11
7. 5 times
8. 168 people
9. 150 televisions
10. 4/9
11. 45 choices
12. 1/9
13. You draw 2 colored marbles without replacement and get one red and blue
14. 1/4
15. essay

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20. thanks for the wrong awnsers Snowy_owl

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21. Sorry

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22. The correct answers are learn how to study learn how to study learn how to study and learn how to study

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23. Jk

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25. 1. C
2. D
3. B
4. A
5. A
6. B
7. C
8. B
9. D
10. D
11. A
12. C
13. B
14. A
;) right

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26. Thanks @Promise

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27. Is @Promise right?

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28. Promise is wrong don’t listen to him you will get four right he is a scum bag

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29. LES GO

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30. uh guys there mixing up the answers every attempt

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31. Yes also why do I feel like everyone is from connexus I am from pearson online academy the private one or whatever it's called and I am a girl also there is probably easier way to find the answers website different one I am guessing that you can use.

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