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Students Many students at Superior Middle School (BMS) tried out for the talent show. The following table reflects the try-out attendance: Talent Show Student Auditions Boys15 Girls35 8 th Graders22 7 th Graders18 6 th Graders10 Since there aren’t enough time slots available, only 20 students will be selected out of the number of the number of students who tried out for the event (All students trying out were GREAT, so finalists will have to be determined by lottery!). Find the following probabilities if each student selected for the talent show is randomly selected. 1. P (boy) 2. P (not an 8 th grader) 3. P (7 th grader) 4. P (boy or girl) 5. P (6 th grader) 6. P (9 th grader)

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Students Many students at Superior Middle School (BMS) tried out for the talent show. The following table reflects the try-out attendance: Talent Show Student Auditions Boys15 Girls35 8 th Graders22 7 th Graders18 6 th Graders10 Since there aren’t enough time slots available, only 20 students will be selected out of the number of the number of students who tried out for the event (All students trying out were GREAT, so finalists will have to be determined by lottery!). Find the following probabilities if each student selected for the talent show is randomly selected. 1. P (boy)15/50 = 3/10 2. P (not an 8 th grader) 3. P (7 th grader) 4. P (boy or girl) 5. P (6 th grader) 6. P (9 th grader)

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Students Many students at Superior Middle School (BMS) tried out for the talent show. The following table reflects the try-out attendance: Talent Show Student Auditions Boys15 Girls35 8 th Graders22 7 th Graders18 6 th Graders10 Since there aren’t enough time slots available, only 20 students will be selected out of the number of the number of students who tried out for the event (All students trying out were GREAT, so finalists will have to be determined by lottery!). Find the following probabilities if each student selected for the talent show is randomly selected. 1. P (boy) 15/50 = 3/10 2. P (not an 8 th grader) 28/50 = 14/25 3. P (7 th grader) 4. P (boy or girl) 5. P (6 th grader) 6. P (9 th grader)

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Students Many students at Superior Middle School (BMS) tried out for the talent show. The following table reflects the try-out attendance: Talent Show Student Auditions Boys15 Girls35 8 th Graders22 7 th Graders18 6 th Graders10 Since there aren’t enough time slots available, only 20 students will be selected out of the number of the number of students who tried out for the event (All students trying out were GREAT, so finalists will have to be determined by lottery!). Find the following probabilities if each student selected for the talent show is randomly selected. 1. P (boy)15/50 = 3/10 2. P (not an 8 th grader)28/50 = 14/25 3. P (7 th grader)18/50 = 9/25 4. P (boy or girl) 5. P (6 th grader) 6. P (9 th grader)

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Students Many students at Superior Middle School (BMS) tried out for the talent show. The following table reflects the try-out attendance: Talent Show Student Auditions Boys15 Girls35 8 th Graders22 7 th Graders18 6 th Graders10 Since there aren’t enough time slots available, only 20 students will be selected out of the number of the number of students who tried out for the event (All students trying out were GREAT, so finalists will have to be determined by lottery!). Find the following probabilities if each student selected for the talent show is randomly selected. 1. P (boy)15/50 = 3/10 2. P (not an 8 th grader)28/50 = 14/25 3. P (7 th grader)18/50 = 9/25 4. P (boy or girl)50/50 = 1 (Certain) 5. P (6 th grader) 6. P (9 th grader)

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Students Many students at Superior Middle School (BMS) tried out for the talent show. The following table reflects the try-out attendance: Talent Show Student Auditions Boys15 Girls35 8 th Graders22 7 th Graders18 6 th Graders10 Since there aren’t enough time slots available, only 20 students will be selected out of the number of the number of students who tried out for the event (All students trying out were GREAT, so finalists will have to be determined by lottery!). Find the following probabilities if each student selected for the talent show is randomly selected. 1. P (boy)15/50 = 3/10 2. P (not an 8 th grader)28/50 = 14/25 3. P (7 th grader)18/50 = 9/25 4. P (boy or girl)50/50 = 1 (Certain) 5. P (6 th grader)10/50 = 1/5 6. P (9 th grader)

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Students Many students at Superior Middle School (BMS) tried out for the talent show. The following table reflects the try-out attendance: Talent Show Student Auditions Boys15 Girls35 8 th Graders22 7 th Graders18 6 th Graders10 Where are all the 9 th graders? ?? (ZERO!) Since there aren’t enough time slots available, only 20 students will be selected out of the number of the number of students who tried out for the event (All students trying out were GREAT, so finalists will have to be determined by lottery!). Find the following probabilities if each student selected for the talent show is randomly selected. 1. P (boy)15/50 = 3/10 2. P (not an 8 th grader)28/50 = 14/25 3. P (7 th grader)18/50 = 9/25 4. P (boy or girl)50/50 = 1 (Certain) 5. P (6 th grader)10/50 = 1/5 6. P (9 th grader) 0/50 = 0 (Impossible)

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