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A slot machine consists of 4 reels, and each real consists of 16 stops. To win the jackpot of $5,000, a player must get a wild symbol on the center line of each reel. If each of the first three reels has two wild symbols and the fourth reel has one wild symbol, find the probability of winning the jackpot.
B
Jean spins two spinners. The results of both spins are shown below.
A
Find the probability of choosing a blue marble at random from a bag of 5 blue and 5 green marbles and then flipping a coin and getting tails.
D
Richard tosses a pair of fair six-sided dice. The top faces of the dice are shown below. What is the probability of getting these results with the dice?
C
There are 8 blue marbles and 7 red marbles in a bag. Julie pulls two marbles at random from the bag first. What is the probability that she first pulls a blue marble and then a red marble?
C
An even numbered card is chosen randomly from a set of cards labeled with the numbers 1 through 8. A second even numbered card is chosen after the first card is replaced. Are these dependent or independent events?
B
What is the probability of getting the results shown on the spinners below?
D
There are four puppies and one kitten at the pet store. Krista arrives at the pet store and buys the kitten. An hour later, Cathy arrives at the store and buys one of the puppies.
B
Consider an even money game that pays 7:5 if event A occurs. What is the probability of event A?
C
In a deck of 52 cards, there are 13 different card values, and each card value appears in 4 suits. If you pull one card out of a deck of cards, what is the probability you will draw a spade?
A
The probability of a number cube landing on 4 is the same as the odds of a number cube landing on 4.
F
Which of the following actions is a sign that a person could have a gambling problem?
C
What is the probability of rolling an even number on a number cube?
D
Andrew has $2.00 in quarters in his pocket, including three state quarters. He takes 2 quarters out of his pocket. What is the probability that they are not state quarters?
D
Franco has 7 quarters in his pocket. Of these, 3 depict the state of Delaware, 2 depict Georgia, 1 depicts Connecticut and 1 depicts Pennsylvania. Franco removes 1 quarter from his pocket and then removes a second quarter without replacing the first. What is the probability that both will be Delaware quarters?
C
The school owns four numbered tubas for use by the four tuba players in the school band. Shauna arrives first for band practice and takes tuba number one. When Timothy arrives for practice, he takes tuba number three.
B
A school cafeteria has 3 containers of white milk, 5 containers of chocolate milk and 2 containers of apple juice left. Iliana is first in line and Vishal is second. If the drinks are given out randomly, what is the probability that Iliana will get chocolate milk and Vishal will get apple juice?
D
Each day Mr. Samms randomly chooses 2 students from his class to serve as helpers. If there are 15 boys and 10 girls in the class, what is the probability that the two students chosen will be female?
A
Bob has a set of 10 colored markers in a backpack. One is yellow and one is blue. What is the probability Bob will reach into the backpack without looking and grab the yellow marker and then reach in a second time and grab the blue marker?
B
On a multiple choice test, each question has five possible answers. A student does not know the answers to two questions, so he guesses. What is the probability that the student will get them both wrong?
B
events for which the outcome of one event does not affect the probability of the other
Ind
The odds of an event occurring is __________.
C
If you decide to play a Pick 3 lottery game, in which you have to guess the exact order of the three numbers, what is your probability of winning? All 3 numbers will be between 0 and 9 and can be chosen more than once.
B
Consider an even money game that pays 4:3 if event A occurs. What is the probability of event A?
B
Which of the following outcomes is not a positive effect for society that comes from gambling?
D
If you decide to play a Pick 3 lottery game, in which you have to guess the three winning numbers in any order, what is your probability of winning? All 3 numbers will be between 0 and 9 and can be chosen more than once.
B
Probability is __________.
A
In a deck of 52 cards, there are 13 different card values, and each card value appears in 4 suits. If you pull one card out of a deck of cards, what is the probability you will draw a 7?
B
A slot machine consists of 3 reels, and each real consists of 32 stops. To win the jackpot of $10,000, a player must get a wild symbol on the center line of each reel. If each reel has two wild symbols, find the probability of winning the jackpot.
C
What are the odds of rolling a 6 on a number cube?
B
Which of the following outcomes is not a potential benefit of gambling?
D
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