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- 1. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 pt
Molly makes 70% of her free throws. The random numbers below represent 20 trials of a simulation of two free throws. Let the numbers 0 to 6 represent a successful free throw and 7 to 9 represent a missed free throw. Based on the simulated results, the probability that Molly make both free throws is what?

38 38 21 50 64 71 66 42 47 90

80 92 29 98 27 87 89 89 93 03

30%

55%

70%

25%

- 2. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 pt
About 50% of the people surveyed in a certain county work for a small business. A random number generator was used to simulate the results of the next four people surveyed.

The numbers 0 to 4 represent people who work for a small business, and the numbers 5 to 9 represent people who do not work for a small business.

6411 0501 7582 0403 3074 7383 5250 2235 0803 3750

7694 9225 7121 4493 7596 8223 1288 8121 7652 3154

Based on the simulated results show above, what is the probability that at LEAST one of the next four people surveyed works for a small business?

95%

15%

5%

80%

- 3. Multiple-choice1 minute1 pt
After many studies, a researcher finds that the probability that a word recognition app correctly interprets a handwritten word is 9/10. Which statement is true?

It is impossible that the handwritten word will be correctly interpreted.

It is unlikely that the handwritten word will be correctly interpreted.

It is likely that the handwritten word will be correctly interpreted.

It is certain that the handwritten word will be correctly interpreted.

- 4. Multiple-choice30 seconds1 pt
A bag contains 8 letter tiles of the same size. The tiles are labeled either A, B, C, D, E, or F. Three of the tiles are labeled C. If Corey selects 1 tile from the bag without looking, is the selection of letters fair?

Fair

Not Fair

- 5. Multiple-choice1 minute1 pt
A city traffic light cycles through green, yellow, and red in 60 seconds. It is yellow for 3 seconds. Which term best describes the likelihood of a car coming to the light when it is yellow?

Impossible

Unlikely

Likely

Certain

Just as likely as not likely

- 6. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 pt
Based on the records for the past several seasons, a sports fan believes the probability that the red team will win a given game is 3/5. The fan also believes the probability that the blue team wins a given game is 11/20. As compared to the blue team, how man more games should the fan expect the red team to win during a 180-game season?

9 more games

10 more games

40 more games

25 more games

- 7. Multiple-choice1 minute1 pt
In a survey, 125 people were asked to choose one card out of five cards labeled 1 to 5. The results are shown in the table. What is the theoretical probability of drawing a card with the number 1?

20%

10%

5%

50%

- 8. Multiple-choice1 minute1 pt
In a survey, 125 people were asked to choose one card out of five cards labeled 1 to 5. The results are shown in the table. What is the experimental probability of choosing a card with the number 1?

12%

20%

7%

67%

- 9. Multiple-choice1 minute1 pt
Mrs. Snodgrass is a baller and she is the best player on her basketball team makes 75% of all free throws. Based on the experimental probability, estimate the number of free throws Mrs. Snodgrass will make in her next 40 attempts. (Hint: Use a proportion!)

30 free throws

28 free throws

26 free throws

75 free throws

- 10. Multiple-choice1 minute1 pt
A box has 3 one-dollar bills, 2 five-dollar bills, 2 ten-dollar bills, and 1 twenty-dollar bill. A student selects one bill from the box at random. What is the sample space?

{$1, $1, $1, $5, $5, $10, $10, $20}

{One-dollar bill, five-dollar bill, ten-dollar bill, twenty-dollar bill}

- 11. Multiple-choice30 seconds1 pt
A box has 3 one-dollar bills, 2 five-dollar bills, 2 ten-dollar bills, and 1 twenty-dollar bill. A student selects one bill from the box at random. What is the probability of drawing a five-dollar bill?

2/8

2/2

5/8

1/8

- 12. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 pt
Two friends each plan to order a fruit drink at the diner. The available flavors are kiwi (K), lemon (L), and watermelon (W). How many total outcomes can there be of the friends' fruit drink order?

9

3

6

12

- 13. Multiple-choice1 minute1 pt
Oliver is playing a game in which he has to choose one of two numbers (2 or 7) and then one of five vowels (a, e, i, o, or u). How many possible outcomes are there?

10

5

2

7

- 14. Multiple-choice30 seconds1 pt
A single number cube is rolled twice and the numbers are added. How many possible outcomes are there?

36

12

6

24

- 15. Multiple-choice30 seconds1 pt
Using the table, what is the probability of rolling two numbers that have a SUM equal to 10? (Answer should be simplified)

1/12

3/36

2/36

1/18