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Mrs. Spitzer is spinning a spinner that has four equal sectors.(red, blue, green, yellow) and she will flip a two-sided coin. a.Draw a tree diagram to show the possible outcomes. b.How many outcomes are possible? a.What is the probability that she spins a red and flips a tail? FINAL JEOPARDY C1 final

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Answer to Final Jeopardy

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Erika has 10 colored cubes. 4 are red, 2 are white, 1 is purple and 3 are green? What is the probability she will pick a red cube and then a green cube? She puts them back in the bag after each pick. C1 $100

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Red cube= 4/10 Green cube- 3/10 4/10 ∙ 3/10= 12/100 = 3/25 C1 $100

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You are doing a survey about students’ favorite ice cream flavors at Iroquois Middle School. Which sample below would be most reliable? a.A survey of 50 students b.A survey of 300 students c.A survey of 100 students d.A survey of 200 students C1 $200

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b. A survey of 300 students C1 $200

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C1 $300 1.What is the perimeter of the figure above? 2.What is the area of the figure above?

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Perimeter: = 20 units Area:5 ∙ 5 = 25 units 2 C1 $300

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What is the value of the expression below when y= 3 and z=6? 3y + 8z= C1 $400

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3y + 8z= 3 x x 6= = 57 C1 $400

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Kelly has 24 Gummi bears to eat. She shared 17 of them with Joey. About what percent of the Gummi bears does Kelly have for herself? a.25%c. 70% b.40%d. 75% C1 $500

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a. 25% C1 $500

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C2 $100 Customers were asked, “What is your favorite ice cream flavor?” The choices are vanilla, strawberry, chocolate, and chocolate chip. Which graph is not the right choice for the findings of the survey? a.Line Graph c. Pictograph b.Bar Graphd. Circle graph

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C2 $100 a. Line graph

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C2 $200 In a box, there are 7 marbles. 3 cubes are red, 2 cubes are blue, and 2 cubes are green. Jan will pull two marbles at random. After the first pick, she will put the marble back. What is the probability she will pick a red cube and then green cube?

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C2 $200 Red = 3/7 Green = 2/6 3/7 ∙ 2/6 = 6/42 = 1/7

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C2 $300 Quotient is the answer in what type of problem? 1)Subtraction 2)Addition 3)Multiplication 4)Division?

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C2 $300 4) Division

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C2 $400 Difference is the answer in what type of problem? 1)Subtraction 2)Addition 3)Multiplication 4)Division

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C2 $400 1) subtraction

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C2 $500 Sum is the answer in what type of problem? 1)Subtraction 2)Addition 3)Multiplication 4)Division?

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C2 $500 2) addition

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C3 $100 How many students have a PlayStation (total)?

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C3 $ = 40 students

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C3 $200 How many students do not own a Wii?

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C3 $ = 40 students

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C3 $300 How many total students were surveyed?

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C3 $ = 100 students

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C3 $400 What are the coordinates of the point?

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C3 $400 (3,5)

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C3 $500 Solve for m: 3m – 6 = 24

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C3 $500 3m – 6= = +6 3m = m= 10

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C4 $100 Maddie is making a graph to show the population trend in the U.S. in 1950 to What kind of graph should she use?

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C4 $100 Line graph

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C4 $200 Jason receives $6 per hour when he works at the store. He also gets $12 per day as a bonus. On Saturday, Jason made $60. Which equation could be used to find the number of hours he worked? a. 12 – 6 h = 63 b = h c. 6 h + 12= 60 d. 12h + 6 =60

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C4 $200 c. 6 h + 12= 60

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C4 $300 Product is the answer in what type of problem? 1)Subtraction 2)Addition 3)Multiplication 4)Division

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C4 $300 3) multiplication

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C4 $400 Rachel is mowing lawns to make money. She mows 6 lawns in 2 hours? How long will it take to mow 15 lawns?

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C4 $400 If she can mow 6 lawns in 2 hours than she can mow 3 lawns in 1 hour. If she needs to mow 15 lawns that would take 5 hours.

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C4 $500 Y +12 =30 6 List the steps and operations to solve the equation

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C4 $500 Y +12 = (Subtract 12) 6 ∙ Y =18 ∙ 6 (Divide by 6) 6 y= 108

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C5 $100 What is the value of l-⅝ l

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C5 $100 ⅝

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C5 $200 Month No. of Sunny Days Jan.10 Feb.12 Mar.14 Use the data below to answer the next two questions. How many sunny days were there in Jan. and Feb?

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C5 $ = 22

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C5 $300 Use the chart in the previous question. What month had 1/3 of the total number of sunny days?

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C5 $ = divided by 3= 12 Feb. had 12 sunny days.

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C5 $400 Translate the following sentence into an expression/equation using numbers, variables, and symbols. Six more than seven times a number results in 46.

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C5 $ n = 46

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C5 $500 A survey was done asking how many hamburgers can you eat for one meal? Results: 1,2,3,1,1,1,2,2,3,2,2,1,2 Draw a frequency table include the tally and the frequency

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C5 $500 Number of Tally Frequency Hamburgers 1llll 5 2llll l 6 3 ll 2

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