Math Ms. Sue please

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You flip a coin 30 times and get heads 11 times, so the chance of getting heads is eleven over thirty . Is this an example of theoretical or experimental probability? (1 point)

theoretical
experimental

2.
You have made 3 out of 10 of your last free throws. How many free throws can you expect to make if you shoot 100 free throws? (1 point)

30
50
60
75

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What is the probability that a month picked at random will have 31 days?
(1 point)

5/12
4/12
7/12
8/12

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If you rolled a number cube 100 times, how many times would you expect to get an even number? (1 point)

25
75
50
38

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A bag holds 2 yellow, 1 green, and 2 red marbles. If you were to draw a marble from the bag 150 times, and replace it after each draw, how many yellow marbles would you expect to draw? (1 point)

50
60
30
120

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A bag has 6 green marbles, 4 red marbles, 5 yellow marbles, and 3 purple marbles. What is the probability of choosing a purple marble? (1 point)

1/6
6/18
3/20
1/9

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You roll a pair of number cubes and then flip a coin. Is this an example of independent or dependent events? (1 point)

independent
dependent

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There are 5 different cookies in a bag. One of them is your favorite, chocolate chip. What is the probability that you will not get your favorite? (1 point)

1/5
2/5
24/25
4/5

9. A basket contains 5 green lollipops, 12 red lollipops, and 7 orange lollipops. When a lollipop is taken from the basket, it is not replaced. What is P(orange, then orange)? (1 point)

42/576
42/552
7/24
14/48

10. The letters in the word Paris are written on slips of paper and placed in a bag. Each letter will be put back after it is drawn. What is P(r, then vowel)? (1 point)

1/5
2/5
3/5
2/25

1. experimental
2. 30
3. 7/12
4. 50
5. 60
6. 1/6
7. independent
8. 4/5
9. 42/552
10. 2/5

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1. The first 8 are right. I don't know about 9 and 10.

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Ms. Sue
2. ok thanks! 9 and 10 I am not sure about though...

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3. All are correct. Good Job!

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4. Woops except for 10 its 2/25.

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5. You multiply 1/5 x 2/5 = 2/25

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6. All are correct except 10. The answer is 2/25 like Sumii said.

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7. Yep I just just took the quiz and I got a 100%.

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9. Thanks so much oomploompa 100%
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10. Thank you so much!! All of the answers are correct!

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11. Yes thank you oomploompa!
10/10 100%!

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12. Thx so much oompl

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13. Oompla is 100%

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14. I dub thee… correct!

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15. here is the better simpler version
1. b
2. a
3. c
4. c
5. b
6. a
7. a
8. d
9. b
10.d

hopefully this helped someone out there

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16. oomploompa and DEH SNEK are correct in you're in conexsus

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17. What are the correct answers then?

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18. they are the same answers

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19. Yep oomploompa and deh snek is correct if your in conneuxs lesson 3 Making Predictions quiz

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20. actually the correct answers are:

1)b
2)a
3)b
4)a
5)a
6)c
7)a
8)d
9)b
10)d

Got a 100% using these answers!!

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21. 1. B
2. A
3. C
4. C
5. B
6. A
7. A
8. D
9. B
10.D

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22. Thanks B

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23. if you are doing the Making Predictions Quiz then lady demona has all of the right answers

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24. They change the quizes up for people

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25. Thanks Dat guy, putting the answers in capital letters makes it better and clearer.

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26. Thx

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27. Thanks y'all! You guys are right!

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28. Thanks y'all! You guys are right! I like to come here to double check my answers, so this is a great help! Thanks again!

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29. @oomploompa is correct! & so is everyone else with the same answers!

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30. Thank you so much @oomploompa 100%

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32. alrighty the answer from oomploompa are correct, thanks.

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33. THANKS GUYS YOUR ALL WRONG NOW I GOT A 60% BECAUSE OF UUUUUUUUUUUU.
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i hope this helps anyone with the 8th grade quiz for Connexus.

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34. so many answer sets.
this was pretty fun to scroll through.

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36. Oompaloompa is correct, I got 100 thanks to them. Reminder: This is for grade 8 math unit 5: probability lesson 3.

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37. you all don't copy or else you get 60 percent

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38. DEH SNEK is right! 100% thank you!

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41. Wow its been a year since someone posted on here

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42. @oomploompa is 100% correct for 2021

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