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What Do You Expect. Review Game. 4. 3. 5. 2. 1. Please select a Team. May the force be with you. Jedi Stormtroopers Sith Lords Wookies Droids. If you flip a coin 3 times, what is the probability the coin will land on tails all 3 times?. 1/4 1/8 1/3 3/4.

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### What Do You Expect

Review Game

4.

3.

5.

2.

1.

Please select a Team. May the force be with you.
• Jedi
• Stormtroopers
• Sith Lords
• Wookies
• Droids
If you flip a coin 3 times, what is the probability the coin will land on tails all 3 times?
• 1/4
• 1/8
• 1/3
• 3/4

Of the students in a prize drawing, 6 are in the sixth grade, 9 are in the seventh grade, and 11 are in the eighth grade. What is the probability the winner will be in the seventh grade?

• 9/26
• 1/3
• 9/17
• 17/26
If you roll a pair of dice, what is the probability you will roll doubles (of any number)?
• 1/6
• 1/36
• 6/100
• 1/3

Today, the cafeteria is offering 3 main dishes ( pizza, hamburger, or grilled cheese), 3 drinks ( milk, juice, or water), and 2 side dishes (French fries or tater-tots). Assuming each student picks one main dish, one drink, and one side dish, how many different meal combinations are possible?

• 8
• 12
• 16
• 18

Cindy has a bag that contains eight red marbles, four white marbles, and six black marbles. Without looking, Cindy reaches into the bag and pulls out a marble. What is the probability that she pulls out either a black or red marble?

• 7/9
• 4/9
• 2/3
• 1/3

Dr. Meyers tossed the marshmallow 40 times and it landed on an end 24 times and landed on its side 16 times. If Dr. Meyers were to toss the marshmallow 160 times, how many times should he expect it to land on an end?

• 64
• 144
• 120
• 96

A bucket had 18 marbles (6 red, 4 blue, 5 orange, 3 white). If one white is pulled out of the container, what is the chance of the next marble being red?

• 6/17
• 1/3
• 1/2
• 5/17
What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question? The category is “Combinations”.
• 0%
• 25%
• 50%
• 75%
• 100%

In a game you have to spin Spinner A and then Spinner B. To win you have to get the combination of the letter B and an even number. What is the probability of winning?

• 1/3
• 1/32
• 1/8
• 1/12

One container has 3 white marbles and 1 red marble. The second container has 1 white and 2 red marbles. You select a marble at random from each container. What is the probability of drawing two white marbles?

• 4/7
• 1/4
• 1/12
• 4/3

Candice is the best hitter on her high school softball team. She gets on base safely 55% of the time. What is the probability that her next at bat will result in her getting on base?

• 11/20
• 5/10
• 1/5
• 9/20
The spinner below is spun twice. What is the probability that the spinner will land on 5 and 3 in that order?
• 1/4
• 1/2
• 1/8
• 1/64
A coin is flipped 3 times. What is the probability that the outcome will be two heads and a tail (in any order) ?
• 1/4
• 1/8
• 3/8
• 1/2

A bucket has 26 marbles (5 red, 6 blue, 8 orange, 7 white). If 2 orange marbles have already pulled, what are the chances of pulling an orange on your third try?

• 4/13
• 1/4
• 2/3
• 3/13
What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the final question?
• 0%
• 25%
• 50%
• 75%
• 100%

In the “Match Up” game a player will draw a block from two bags. Bag 1 has one blue, one yellow, and one red block and Bag 2 contains one purple, one green, and one blue block. If the two blocks drawn are the same color, the player wins. It costs \$2 to play the game and the prize for winning is \$5. If 45 people play the game, how much should the school expect to make after paying the winners?

• \$85
• \$20
• \$45
• \$65