MTH413 Semester 1 REVIEW Activity B
1 point each
1. It was obtained from a population because it includes all of the data.
2. 65
3. 42
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5. 1 peak
6. There are no outliers
Presidents ages
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MATERIALS
Dices
Cards
COMPONENTS
15 red cards
3 face cards
6 black cards
Rules
 All cards are facing down in a pile
 Players must pick two black cards to win the game
 A player can pick a card when he/she roll an even number with the dice
 Picking a f
the player paid is doubled.
But if the player picks a red or face card the player losses
PROBABILITIES
P (picking a black card) = 4/13
P (rolling an odd # less than 5) = 5/6
PROPOSAL FOR NEW GAME
P (Picking a red card) = 15/26
P (Rolling an odd # greater
Summary
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Overview
The game has two rounds. For the first round the player rolls a pair of dice, the
player moves on to the second round if he or she rolls an odd number lesser than
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Mathematics
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