Problem Set 3
1. What is the degree measure of the acute angle formed by the hands of a 12hour clock that
reads exactly 1 oclock?
A.15
B.30
C.45
D.60
E.72
2. What is the probability that a number selected at random from the set cfw_2, 3, 7, 12, 15, 22, 7
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LESSON
112
Practice B
Theoretical and Experimental Probability
Solve.
1. A fruit bowl contains 4 green apples and 7 red apples. What
is the probability that a randomly selected apple will be green?
2. When two number cubes labeled 16
Algebra 2 H
Chapter 11
Algebra 2 H
111 Permutations and Combinations
Fundamental Counting Principle 
factorial
permutation notation: nPr
formula: nPr = n(n1)(n2). . . (n  r + 1)
alternate formula:
nPr
=
n!
(n r )!
combination notation:
nCr
n
or
r
Problem Set 4
1. In the figure below, A, B, C, and D are collinear, FC is parallel to ED, BE is perpendicular to
ED, and the measures of FAB and EBA are as marked. What is the measure of FCB ?
A.33
B.57
C.63
D.84
E.Cannot be determined from the given info
Ch. 11 Algebra 2H
Pascals triangle assignment
1. Refer to row 6 on the triangle.
a. How many terms are there? _
b. The third term is 6Cr. What is the value of r? _
c. The middle terms is 6Cs. What is s? _
d. What is the sum of the numbers in this row? _
e
Algebra 2 H
Chapter 11
Pascals Triangle
Algebra 2
PascalsTrianglestartswitha1atthetop,whichistherow0.Thefirstrowcontainstwo1s,both
formed by adding the two numbers above them to the left and the right, in this case 1 and 0 (all
numbers outside the Triangl
11.3 Independent and Dependent Events
(FST 75 Master not entire worksheet)
In 13, consider the experiment of rolling two fair dice. Determine whether or not the two
given events A and B are independent or dependent. Use the sample dice space.
1
A: rolli
Algebra 2 H
Chapter 11
Algebra 2 H
113 Independent and Dependent Events
independent events
dependent events
conditional probability P(BA)
intersection  "and" union  "or" 
both events happening
one event, or the other event, or both happening

ANDpr
Algebra 2 H
Chapter 11
Algebra 2 H
112 Theoretical and Experimental Probability
probability the measure of how likely an event is to
occur
outcome
Results
sample space All possible outcomes
event
Outcome
equally likely outcomes
favorable outcomes
theoret
Student Guide
Day 1
The math part of the ACT is 60 problems that must be taken in 60 minutes. Here
is the approximate breakdown by topic:
PreAlgebra (14)
Elementary Algebra (10)
Intermediate Algebra (9)
Coordinate Geometry (9)
Plane Geometry (14)
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