# math

1.The sample space for a roll of two number cubes is shown in the table. (1,1)|(1,2)|(1,3)|(1,4)|(1,5),(1,6) (2,1)|(2,2)|(2,3)|(2,4)|(2,5)|(2,6) (3,1)|(3,2)|(3,3)|(3,4)|(3,5)|(3,6) (4,1)|(4,2)|(4,3)|(4,4)|(4,5)|(4,6) (5,1)|(5,2)|(5,3)|(5,4)|(5,5)|(5,6) (6,1)|(6,2)|(6,3)|(6,5)|(6,5)|(6,6)
What is the probability that the roll will result in both numbers being the same?
1/6**?
1/3
7/18
2/3
2.The sample space for a roll of two number cubes is shown in the table. (1,1)|(1,2)|(1,3)|(1,4)|(1,5),(1,6) (2,1)|(2,2)|(2,3)|(2,4)|(2,5)|(2,6) (3,1)|(3,2)|(3,3)|(3,4)|(3,5)|(3,6) (4,1)|(4,2)|(4,3)|(4,4)|(4,5)|(4,6) (5,1)|(5,2)|(5,3)|(5,4)|(5,5)|(5,6) (6,1)|(6,2)|(6,3)|(6,5)|(6,5)|(6,6)
The two numbers rolled can be added to get a sum. find P(sum is greater than 5)
5/6
13/18**?
5/18
1/3
3.There are four marbles in a bag with the colors red, white, blue, and green. John pulls out one marble and tosses a coin. How many elements are there in the sample space?
2
4
8**
16
4. Below are the results of tossing a number cube 7 times. Find the experimental probabiliy of tossing an even number.
6 4 3 2 5 3 3
3/7**
2/7
1/2
4/7
5.There are 40 entries in the science fair. How many ways can the entries finish in first, second, and third place?
240
1,480
12,640
59,280**
6.A bag contains tiles with the letters A-R-I-T-H-M-E-T-I-C. Ameila chooses a tile without looking and doesn't replace it. She chooses a second tile without looking. What is the probability that she will choose the letter I both times?
1/25
1/45**
2/45
2/55
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2. I am not sure if the answer are correct if I were you I try to find them some were als or go with your gut I try them

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3. I number one really 1/6
I need help

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