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100 200 300 400 500 Arrange -ments Single Events Compound ConditionalOther 500 100 200 300 400 500 Final Jeopardy

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100 Find 9 P 3. 504

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Find the number of arrangements for seating 7 people in 5 chairs. 200 2520

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How many 4-letter permutations can you make with the letters “LINEAR” without repetition? 300 360

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400 40 Use the letters “JORDAN.” How many 3-letter permutations can be made if the first letter is a vowel without repetition?

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How many 4-letter arrangements can be made from the word “PROBABILITY”? 500 1980

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A fair die is rolled. Find the probability of rolling an odd number. 1/2 100

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200 A card is randomly chosen from an ordinary deck of cards. Find the probability of selecting a black card. 1/2

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A card is chosen randomly from an ordinary deck of cards. Find the probability of selecting a 5. 1/13 300

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A fair die is rolled. Find the probability of rolling a prime number. 400 1/2

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500 A card is selected from an ordinary deck. Find the probability of selecting a queen of flowers. 0

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Two cards are selected randomly from a standard deck of cards. Find the probablity of drawing a queen and then a 9 with replacement. 1/169 100

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Two cards are selected randomly from a standard deck of cards. Find the probability of drawing a red card and black king without replacement. 2/51 200

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300 A bag contains 3 green balls, 4 yellow balls, and 2 purple balls. Find the probability of drawing two balls without replacement and selecting at least 1 yellow ball. 13/18

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400 A bag contains 3 red marbles, 4 blue marbles, and 3 green marbles. Three marbles are selected from the bag with replacement. Find the probability that a red marble is not drawn first. 7/10

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500 A fair coin is tossed once and a fair die is rolled once. Find the probability of rolling a multiple of 3 and getting heads. 1/6

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In a bag containing 5 blue, 7 green, 1 purple, and 2 pink balls, two balls are randomly selected. Given a green ball is selected first, find the probability a blue ball is selected next. 5/14 100

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A student is chosen at random. If a 6 th grader is selected, find the probability he/she has a dog. 4/9 200

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300 A student is chosen at random. If the student has a cat, find the probability he/she is an 8 th grader. 35/76

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In a basket, there are 4 daisies, 3 roses, and 2 lilies. You pick 3 flowers randomly without replacement. Given you pick a rose first, find the probability that you select a daisy next, and then a lily. 1/7 400

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3/14 500 In a basket, there are 4 daisies, 3 roses, and 2 lilies. You pick 3 flowers randomly. Given you pick a daisy first, find the probability that you select a lily and a daisy.

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When it is certain to happen. 100 When is the probability of an event 1?

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0.66 200 The probability that an event will occur is 0.34. What is the probability that the event won’t occur?

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12 300 How many elements are in the sample space of rolling one die and flipping a coin?

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7/15 400 A spinner is divided into 4 sections where red is 10 sq. units, blue is 4 sq. units, yellow is 9 sq. units, and green is 7 sq. units. Find the probability of getting red or blue on one spin.

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1/10 500 A spinner is divided into 4 sections where red is 10 sq. units, blue is 4 sq. units, yellow is 9 sq. units, and green is 7 sq. units. Find the probability of getting red and then a yellow on two spins.

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The Final Jeopardy Category is: Please record your wager.

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Every night, one of the Smith children is randomly selected take out the trash. Their names are Jen, Megan, Laurie, and Brad. Find the probability that a girl and a boy will be selected randomly to take the trash out for the next two nights. 3/8

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