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Sunscreen SPF 10, 15, 30, 45, 50 Type Lotion, Spray, Gel 10 12 14 16 18 20 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number rolled Times rolled Rolling a Number Cube 1 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 Pawn Knight King Queen Bishop Rook 20 40 30 50 35 25 45 55 Age (years) Show B Show A
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Cumulative Assessment 461 1. A school athletic director asked each athletic team member to name his or her favorite professional sports team. The results are below: D.C. United: 3 Florida Panthers: 8 Jacksonville Jaguars: 26 Jacksonville Sharks: 7 Miami Dolphins: 22 Miami Heat: 15 Miami Marlins: 20 Minnesota Lynx: 4 New York Knicks: 5 Orlando Magic: 18 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 17 Tampa Bay Lightning: 12 Tampa Bay Rays: 28 Other: 6 One athletic team member is picked at random. What is the likelihood that this team member’s favorite professional sports team is not located in Florida? A. certain C. unlikely, but not impossible B. likely, but not certain D. impossible 2. Each student in your class voted for his or her favorite day of the week. Their votes are shown below: Favorite Day of the Week Friday 8 Other 6 Sunday 6 Saturday 10 A student from your class is picked at random. What is the probability that this student’s favorite day of the week is Sunday? Cumulative Assessment 10 Test-Taking Strategy Use Intelligent Guessing “You know it can’t be -10% or 500%. So, you can intelligently guess between 40% and 60%.”
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462 Chapter 10 Probability and Statistics 3. How far, in millimeters, will the tip of the hour hand of the clock travel in 2 hours? (Use 22 7 for π .) 84 mm F. 44 mm H. 264 mm G. 88 mm I. 528 mm 4. Nathaniel solved the proportion in the box below. 16 40 = p 27 16 p = 40 27 16 p = 1080 16 p 16 = 1080 16 p = 67.5 What should Nathaniel do to correct the error that he made? A. Add 40 to 16 and 27 to p . B. Subtract 16 from 40 and 27 from p . C. Multiply 16 by 27 and p by 40. D. Divide 16 by 27 and p by 40. 5. A North American hockey rink contains 5 face-off circles. Each of these circles has a radius of 15 feet. What is the total area, in square feet, of all the face-off circles? (Use 3.14 for π .) F. 706.5 ft 2 H. 3532.5 ft 2 G. 2826 ft 2 I. 14,130 ft 2
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Cumulative Assessment 463 6. A spinner is divided into eight congruent sections, as shown below. You spin the spinner twice. What is the probability that the arrow will stop in a yellow section both times? 7. What is the surface area, in square inches, of the square pyramid? 8 in. 6 in. A. 24 in. 2 C. 132 in. 2 B. 96 in. 2 D. 228 in. 2 8. The value of one of Kevin’s baseball cards was $6.00 when he first got it. The value of this card is now $15.00. What is the percent increase in the value of the card? F. 40% H. 150% G. 90% I. 250% 9. You roll a number cube twice. You want to roll two even numbers. Part A Determine whether the events are independent or dependent. Part B Find the number of favorable outcomes and the number of possible outcomes of each roll.
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