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Unformatted text preview: 2.) 776 and 406 4.) 39 8.) 24 10.) 26.) 720 28.) The student understood that the die had 6 on it in one spot and that there was a 1/6 th of a chance of rolling 6. The misunderstanding came into play when the student had two add the chances up and there was a need to reduce the fraction of the probability. 38.) 64,800. Ch. 9 Review 2.) a.) 1/4 b.) ¼ and ¼ c.) ¼ and 1/4 d.) 1/4 12.) 96 The standard that relates to the content that is studied this week is from grades 3-5. This standard allows one to determine the probability of outcomes of familiar situations. The other standard comes from grades 6-8 and allows proportions of probability concepts to make test conjectures through simulations....
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- Winter '10
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