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9. a. In the activity, how many answers did you “guess” correctly (that is, how many times did you throw a “head”) on each of your five tests? b. Record in a table the class results for everyone’s five tests. Number of Questions Correct Number of Tests with This Result 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 c. Use the results in the table to estimate the chance that someone passes the test with 7 or more questions out of 10 correct by just guessing. 28 Second Chance In the Long Run C A graphing calculator was used to simulate guessing the answers.

C. What is the chance that only one of them will go to the meeting? Write the chance as a fraction as well as a percentage. Explain how you found this chance. Section D: Computing Chances 39 D Computing Chances Sonia and Aysa have a friend named Dani. Dani is also on the club committee at his middle school. Four students are on his committee, and one of them will be sent to the meeting to represent the committee. 9. a. Can you use the area model to find the chance that Sonia, Aysa, and Dani will all be sent to the meeting?

So 3 out of 4 do not have fish. You can also use a tree diagram and count all meals without 3. ᎑᎑᎑ , which is ᎑᎑ fish, There are 18 out of 24, so the chance is 18 24 4 4. a. No, Diana is not correct. There are 8 meals that have pudding for dessert out of 24, so the chance she will pick a meal with 8 or 1 pudding for dessert is 24 ᎑᎑᎑ ᎑᎑ 3 . You can also reason about desserts only: there are 3 options for dessert, so 13– of all possible three-course meals will have pudding. You can also use the tree diagram and count all meals with pudding.

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