I’m likely to get an A: 30 points Liam randomly pulls a marble from the bag, records its color, and puts it back. What is the probability that he pulls out a yellow marble followed by a red marble? ANSWER
I’m likely to get an A: 40 points Andrew pulls out a marble, records its color and puts it back. What is the probability of Andrew pulling out a green marble, followed by not green, followed by a blue marble? ANSWER
I’m likely to get an A: 50 points Alea has a set of cards. She pulls our a card, records its color, and replaces it. There is a chance of picking a purple card. If she picks two cards, what is the likelihood that one is purple and one is not purple in any order? ANSWER
I’m probably going to get an A: 40 points Alex has a bag of colored marbles. He pulls out a marble, records its color and replaces it. He does this 50 times. He pulls out a red marble 30 times. He pulls out a green marble 8 times, and a blue marble 12 times. Based on this data, what is he most likely going to pull out the next 10 times?
I’m probably getting an A: 50 points Marina has a fair number cube with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 written on it. She has a second fair number cube with the numbers 2, 5, and 10 written on it. She rolls both number cubes and finds the product of the numbers rolled. What are all of the possible even outcomes ANSWER
ANSWER I’m certain to get an A: 30 points Sana randomly picks a card from a bag, records it, and replaces it. The cards are all colored and have numbers on them. There is a 40% chance of pulling a red card and a chance of pulling out a prime number card. What is the probability of pulling out a red card followed by not a prime number?
ANSWER I’m certain to get an A: 40 points Avleen pulls a marble from the bag, records it, and replaces it. What is the probability of her pulling out a red or blue marble, followed by a green or red marble?
ANSWER I’m certain to get an A: 50 points In a bag of marbles, there is a 40% chance of pulling out a red marble. Shruthi pulls out a marble, records its color, and replaces it. What is the probability that she pulls out at least one red marble on two consecutive draws?
ANSWER No Pressure No Problem 50 points The number of boxes a carpenter makes is directly proportional to the number of days she works. If she can make 24 boxes in 48 days, how many boxes can she make in 240 days? What is the constant of proportionality in this problem, and what is the direct proportion equation?