# Math

1.
Which of the following is an example of a dependent event? (1 point)

flipping two coins

rolling a number cube and spinning a spinner

choosing two scoops of ice cream

choosing a cookie at random, eating it, and then choosing another at random**

2.
Which of the following is an example of an independent event? (1 point)

choosing one sock at random from your drawer, putting it on, and then choosing another at random

flipping a coin and rolling a
number cube**

choosing students at random for

1. 2

posted by Ms. Sue
1. d
2. b

posted by Anonymous
3. I agree.

posted by Ms. Sue
4. D
B
B
A
D

posted by Anonymous
5. anonymous is correct 5/5 100% i just took the test

posted by jejskke
6. hey someone finally posted the right answers.

7. anonoymous is correct for connections academy students.

D
B
B
A
D

posted by YEET Baller
8. D
B
B
A
D

posted by Random dude
9. Random dude is right I got 100%

posted by Guy
10. THXXXX!!! ;|

posted by ??
11. 1. D
2. B
3. B
4. A
5. D

posted by i love you
12. what the actual heck? get off the internet! you are not helping in any way and are conducting in an illegal manner by impersonating a teacher and if you are a teacher (which you aren't) I would hope you wouldn't talk about that to children!

posted by unknown goddess
13. d
b
b
a
d

posted by hotdog
14. Ms.Sue ;p can you please not talk like that

posted by The Girl That Gets Strat A's
15. @Anonymous is correct! & so is everyone else with the same answers!

posted by LoveTidePods
16. thats not the real mrs sue

posted by blessed ghost
17. what did ms. sue (the fake one) do???

posted by BabyOreo987

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