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Grade 9 DNA, RNA, and Genetics
What do scientists use to predict traits in offspring?
1. genotype
2. phenotype
3. probability
4. pleiotropy
Grade 9 DNA, RNA, and Genetics
Passing genetic characteristics on, from parents to offspring, is known as
1. heredity.
2. probability.
3. assortment.
4. reproduction.
Grade 8 DNA, RNA, and Genetics
Passing traits on from parents to offspring is known as
1. probability
2. heredity
3. recessive
4. meiosis
Indicate the correct spelling.
1. probably
2. probibly
3. probabley
4. probebly
Grade 8 DNA, RNA, and Genetics
Which process will result in the production of sex cells?
1. mitosis
2. photosynthesis
3. meiosis
4. probability
Choose the correct spelling.
1. probably
2. probbably
3. probabley
Grade 3 Fill in the Blank Vocabulary
Grade 6 Statistics and Probability Concepts
A conqueror is probably
1. brave and driven.
2. quiet and introverted.
3. optimistic and lonely.
4. attractive and stylish.
Grade 7 Represent and Determine Probability
"Probability" means
1. the chance of something occurring
2. problems
3. equal numbers
An aviator is probably NOT
1. gregarious.
2. afraid of heights.
3. willing to help others.
4. a car owner.
What is fuzzy logic based in?
1. Bivalence
2. Statistics and Probability
Grade 7 Represent and Determine Probability CCSS: 7.SP.C.6
Which of the following is the most correct statement about probability?
1. Theoretical probability is more accurate
2. Theoretical probability involves no actual experimentation
3. Experimental probability is more accurate
4. Experimental probability involves no actual experimentation
To show you do not like someone by saying mean things to them.
1. sulk
2. jeer
3. consideration
4. probable
5. fumble
Grade 7 Represent and Determine Probability CCSS: 7.SP.C.6
If you roll a six-sided number cube 120 times, will you roll a 3 thirty times?
1. Definitely, without question
2. Maybe, but probably not
3. No, not a chance
4. Probably, but maybe not