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Grade 7 :: Statistics and Probability Concepts by ewoolery
Grade 7 :: Statistics and Probability Concepts by ewoolery
Probability can be expressed as a :
  1. fraction
  2. decimal
  3. percent
  4. all of these
Grade 7 :: Statistics and Probability Concepts by ewoolery
Any one of the possible results of an action.
  1. simple event
  2. permutation
  3. outcome
  4. fundamental counting principle
Grade 7 :: Statistics and Probability Concepts by ewoolery
The set of all possible outcomes in a probability experiment.
  1. choices
  2. probability
  3. sample space
  4. outcome arrangements
Grade 7 :: Statistics and Probability Concepts by ewoolery
Grade 7 :: Basic Shapes by lovelle53
Which one is NOT a name for this figure?
Trapezoid
  1. polygon
  2. quadrilateral
  3. parallelogram
  4. trapezoid
Grade 7 :: Statistics and Probability Concepts by ewoolery
The Fundamental Counting Principle:
  1. Uses multiplication to find the number of samples.
  2. uses multiplication to find the number of possible outcomes.
  3. uses addition to find the number of possible outcomes.
  4. Uses addition to find the number of samples.
Grade 7 :: Percents by tradan
36 is what percent of 80?
  1. 45%
  2. 25%
  3. 30%
  4. 50%
Grade 7 :: Proportional Relationships by tradan
Grade 7 :: Proportional Relationships by tradan
Grade 7 :: Percents by tradan
Grade 7 :: Angles by steliosss
Two angles are supplementary. Angle A is twice as large as angle B. What is the measure of each angle?
  1. Both angles are 60 degrees
  2. Angle A = 60, Angle B = 120
  3. Angle A = 120, Angle B = 60
  4. Angle A= 30, Angle B = 60
Grade 7 :: Proportional Relationships by tradan
Grade 7 :: Algebraic Expressions by LeighAnnAll
8x - 3 + 4x - 3
  1. 4x
  2. 6x
  3. 4x - 6
  4. 12x - 6
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