Warm-Ups: Click a day to select a problem. Sept. 19. Sept. 22. Sept. 23. Sept. 18. Sept. 24. Sept. 25. Answer to the Problem. SpongeBob Answer. Step 1) Count the number of letters in SpongeBob SquarePants. (= 20)
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Step 1) Count the number of letters in SpongeBob SquarePants. (= 20)
Step 2) THINK: I can only use six letters starting with the 20 I must choose from.
Step 3) If I use one of the 20 letters, I can then only choose from 19, then 18, and so on…until I get my 6 letters.
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First make an area model. Remember than the contents of one bag goes on one side and the contents of the other bag goes on another side. One bag had 3 snacks: red, brown, green. The other bag had 5 snacks: 2 reds, green, brown, and blue. So your area model should look like this:
R R G Br Bl
getting 2 greens
R Br G
THINK: She has 3 dresses, 2 necklaces, and 4 pairs of shoes.
3 x 2 x 4 = 24
There are 24 total combinations.
Think: There are 3 dresses, 1 is pink so that would be 1/3.
There are 2 necklaces, 1 is gold so that would be ½.
There are 4 pairs of shoes, 1 is glass so that would be ¼.
Multiply the probability of getting each outcome:
1/3 x ½ x ¼ = 1/24
The probability of wearing a pink dress, gold necklace, and glass shoes is 1/24.
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Integers: All whole
numbers and their
Whole: All numbers
starting at 0 and
Starting at 1
and going up
end or repeat
DO end or DO
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