# math

What is the probability of getting an even number when rolling a six-sided number cube?

0.5
5%
2/6
30%

You place the letters for the word smart in a bag. What is the probability of choosing a letter that is NOT a vowel? (remember vowels A, E, I, O, and U.)

0.2
1/5
80%
0.75

You have a bag with 20 marbles: 2 yellow, 5 green, 12 red, and 1 blue. Which of the following statements are true? Select all that apply. (there is 3 right answers to this)

The probability of choosing a yellow, green, red, or blue marble is 1.
The probability of choosing a yellow marble is less than the probability of choosing a blue marble.
The probability of choosing a green marble is 0.25.
The probability of choosing a black marble is zero.

If P (blue) is 0.3, what is P (not blue)?
0.3
0.5
0.6
0.7

Which event is considered neither likely nor unlikely?

rolling a number greater than 1 on a six-sided number cube.
rolling a 1 on a six-sided number cube.
getting heads when flipping a coin.
choosing an X, Y, or Z from a bag containing all the letters of the alphabet.

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3. 👁 4,545

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2. @Ms. Sue

@Reed

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Ms. Sue
4. ok that's fine my answer are

1. 0.5
2. 0.75
3. A, C, and D
4. 0.6
5.D

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5. 1. 0.5 - yes
2. 0.75 - no
3. A, C, and D - they all look wrong
4. 0.6 - no
5.D - but there are only four choices

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Ms. Sue
6. oh number 4. I just remembered is 0.7

5. I don't understand

2. I don't understand

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7. 2. One letter is a vowel. How many total letters are in this word?

5. I goofed on this one.
The answer is not D. For which one are the odds even?

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Ms. Sue
8. 2. 80%

5. A or B

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9. oh wait its C on 5 because a coin has a 50/50 chance

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10. Yes.

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Ms. Sue
11. 1.A
2.C
3.C,D, and A
4.D
5.C
100℅ CORRECT

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12. Donna is wrong
1.d
2.c
3.a,c,d
4.c
5.c
100% correct

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13. donna is right

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14. thanks donna you are the correct one out of you and blahh

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15. I just took this practice test and I got 100% thanks to Donna The real answers are
A
C
CDA
D
C

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17. I used donna's and got 7/7 100%

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18. 1.A
2.C
3.C,D, and A
4.D
5.C
100℅ CORRECT

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19. Donna wins!!!! Blah blah is a little a*s punk who dosn't know anything

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20. Guys Blah is correct for connections i got a 71.4% from Donna sooooooo yea

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21. DON'T LISTEN TO DONNA I GOT A 71.4% BLAH IS RIGHT

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22. Donna is 100 % correct I just took it and she is right

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23. Donna is right, I got a 100

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24. If you are from connexus, this is the answers to the practice test:
As Miss Sue said, question 1 is 0.5
Question 2 is 80%
Question 3 is "propability of choosing yellow, green, red or blue marble is 1", "the propability of choosing green is 0.25", and "The propability of choosing a black marble is 0"
Question 4 is 0.7
Question 5 is the one with the coin.
Keep in mind that some people troll this and some people have the test questions in a different order. Hope these help however finds them.

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25. Blah is right for Connections

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26. for connections it is
1.a
2.c
3.a,c,d
4.d
5.c

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27. donna is correct please don't listen to blah you will get it wrong trust me I promise for Lesson 1: Probability CE 2015
Math 7 B Unit 6: Using Probability

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28. I just got done with the practice by doing it legit. I can confirm that donna is right and blah is trying to get you to fail.

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29. thx donna

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30. 2+2=4 is correct for connections students

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31. Otaku is correct

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32. Donna is right, I took the practice and got 7/7 100%

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33. I AM A CONNEXUS STUDENT PLEASE PLEASE GO WITH DONNA SHE IS 100% CORRECT ON THE PROBABILITY PRACTICE! THANKS DONNA!

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34. OTAKU IS RIGHT TY SOOO MUCH YOU SAVED MY GRADE YOU GOSH DARNET ANGEL

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35. Donna is correct for connexus.

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36. Donna is correct the answers are A,C,ACD,D,C
this is for lesson 1 probability

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37. Donna is correct

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38. all the blah are the same person and donna's is 100% right tysm

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39. Blah Gey

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40. The answers for connexus are
1.A
2.C
3.A,C,and D
4.D
5.C
Blueface baby, yeah aight

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41. Hey, thank you for the answer's.
By the way Donna is correct. :)

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42. thank you so much donna

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43. Thanks donna

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