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2 Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Mrs Mance’s Edition

3 Question 1

4 What is the name of the number line that can be used to show likelihood? A probability line B likelihood line C washing line D under line

5 What is the name of the number line that can be used to show likelihood? A probability line B likelihood line C washing line D under line

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8 Better luck next time!

9 £100

10 Question 2

11 Can you think of another way of saying 50/50? A B about the same C half of 100/half of 100 D even chance

12 Can you think of another way of saying 50/50? A B about the same C half of 100/half of 100 D even chance

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14 £200

15 Question 3

16 There are 3 green and two red sweets in a bag, what is the probability of picking out a green sweet? A 3 / 5 B 2 / 5 C 1 / 5 D 5 / 5

17 There are 3 green and two red sweets in a bag, what is the probability of picking out a green sweet? A 3 / 5 B 2 / 5 C 1 / 5 D 5 / 5

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19 £300

20 Question 4

21 If I throw a 6 on a fair die, what is the chance that I will throw another one straight after? A 6 / 6 B 0 / 6 C 2 / 6 D 1 / 6

22 If I throw a 6 on a fair die, what is the chance that I will throw another one straight after? A 6 / 6 B 0 / 6 C 2 / 6 D 1 / 6

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24 £500

25 Question 5

26 Peter has a double headed coin. He says that the probability that he will throw a tails is zero, is he correct? A yes B no C maybe D you can’t get double headed coins!

27 Peter has a double headed coin. He says that the probability that he will throw a tails is zero, is he correct? A yes B no C maybe D you can’t get double headed coins!

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29 £1,000

30 Question 6

31 Show 25 / 100 as a fraction in its simplest form A 0.25 B 25 / 1 C 1 / 25 D 1 / 4

32 Show 25 / 100 as a fraction in its simplest form A 0.25 B 25 / 1 C 1 / 25 D 1 / 4

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34 £2,000

35 Question 7

36 What is the probability that you will draw a club from a pack of cards? A 1 / 4 B 26 / 52 C 1 / 52 D 13 / 52

37 What is the probability that you will draw a club from a pack of cards? A 1 / 4 B 26 / 52 C 1 / 52 D 13 / 52

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39 £4,000

40 Question 8

41 What fraction of this shape is shaded? A 2 / 3 B one third C 1 / 3 D 1 whole

42 What fraction of this shape is shaded? A 2 / 3 B one third C 1 / 3 D 1 whole

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44 £8,000

45 Question 9

46 Which of these fractions is showing an even chance? A 5 / 10 B 2 / 5 C 2 / 3 D 3 / 4

47 Which of these fractions is showing an even chance? A 5 / 10 B 2 / 5 C 2 / 3 D 3 / 4

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49 £16,000

50 Question 10

51 What is one tenth of 30? A 10 B 13 C 3 D 1

52 What is one tenth of 30? A 10 B 13 C 3 D 1

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54 £32,000

55 Question 11

56 Praveen says that the likelihood there will be pizza for lunch is 0.7. Stacey says that it is 1 because she has seen the menu and it is on there. Who is correct? A Praveen B neither C Stacey D both

57 Praveen says that the likelihood there will be pizza for lunch is 0.7. Stacey says that it is 1 because she has seen the menu and it is on there. Who is correct? A Praveen B neither C Stacey D both

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59 £64,000

60 Question 12

61 The probability of throwing at least one 3 on three fair dice is 1 / 6 A true B false C impossible D maybe

62 The probability of throwing at least one 3 on three fair dice is 1 / 6 A true B false C impossible D maybe

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64 £125,000

65 Question 13

66 There a three white cubes and 1 red cube in a bag. What is the chance of picking a green cube? A 1 / 2 B 0 C 3 / 4 D 1

67 There a three white cubes and 1 red cube in a bag. What is the chance of picking a green cube? A 1 / 2 B 0 C 3 / 4 D 1

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69 £250,000

70 Question 14

71 A class has 32 children in it. 16 are boys. What is the probability that a girl will arrive first? A 0.5 B 0.6 C 0.2 D 1

72 A class has 32 children in it. 16 are boys. What is the probability that a girl will arrive first? A 0.5 B 0.6 C 0.2 D 1

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74 £500,000

75 Question 15

76 Sanjay turns a spinner with 3 red, 2 green and 1 yellow side. He says it is most likely that it will stop on green, is he right? A no B maybe C yes D possibly

77 Sanjay turns a spinner with 3 red, 2 green and 1 yellow side. He says it is most likely that it will stop on green, is he right? A no B maybe C yes D possibly

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79 £1,000,000

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