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New School Mascot Type Lion, Bear, Hawk, Dragon Style Realistic, Cartoon Use the Fundamental Counting Principle to find the total number of possible outcomes. 8. 9. Beverage Size Small, Medium, Large Flavor Root beer, Cola, Diet cola, Iced tea, Lemonade, Water, Coffee MP3 Player Memory 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB Color Silver, Green, Blue, Pink, Black 10. 11. Clown Suit Dots, Stripes, Checkers board Wig One color, Multicolor Talent Balloon animals, Juggling, Unicycle, Magic Meal Appetizer Nachos, Soup, Spinach dip, Salad, Fruit Entrée Chicken, Beef, Spaghetti, Fish Dessert Cake, Cookies, Ice cream 2 1 3 1. VOCABULARY What is the sample space of an event? How can you find the sample space of two or more events? 2. WRITING Explain how to use the Fundamental Counting Principle. 3. WRITING Describe two ways to find the total number of possible outcomes of spinning the spinner and rolling the number cube. 4. OPEN-ENDED Give a real-life example of a compound event. V I D E O
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426 Chapter 10 Probability and Statistics 12. NOTE CARDS A store sells three types of note cards. There are three sizes of each type. Show two ways to find the total number of note cards the store sells. 13. ERROR ANALYSIS A true-false quiz has five questions. 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = 10 You can answer the quiz in 10 different ways. Describe and correct the error in using the Fundamental Counting Principle to find the total number of ways that you can answer the quiz. 14. CHOOSE TOOLS You randomly choose one of the marbles. Without replacing the first marble, you choose a second marble. a. Name two ways you can find the total number of possible outcomes. b. Find the total number of possible outcomes. You spin the spinner and flip a coin. Find the probability of the compound event. 15. Spinning a 1 and flipping heads 16. Spinning an even number and flipping heads 17. Spinning a number less than 3 and flipping tails 18. Spinning a 6 and flipping tails 19. Not spinning a 5 and flipping heads 20. Spinning a prime number and not flipping heads You spin the spinner, flip a coin, then spin the spinner again. Find the probability of the compound event. 21. Spinning blue, flipping heads, then spinning a 1 22. Spinning an odd number, flipping heads, then spinning yellow 23. Spinning an even number, flipping tails, then spinning an odd number 24. Not spinning red, flipping tails, then not spinning an even number 25. TAKING A TEST You randomly guess the answers to two questions on a multiple-choice test. Each question has three choices: A, B, and C. a. What is the probability that you guess the correct answers to both questions? b. Suppose you can eliminate one of the choices for each question. How does this change the probability that your guesses are correct? 2 1 5 4 3 3 2 1 4 5
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Section 10.4 Compound Events 427 Name two pairs of adjacent angles and two pairs of vertical angles in the figure. (Section 7.1) 31.
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