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Grade 7 Represent and Determine Probability CCSS: 7.SP.C.8
The best definition of sample space is
  1. the measure of how likely an event will occur
  2. the result of an experiment
  3. total amount of possible outcomes
  4. an activity involving chance
Grade 7 Defining Words
An advance indication, sample, or warning
  1. foretaste
  2. humdrum
  3. alight
  4. germinate
Grade 5 Defining Words
A sample used for testing or examination
  1. specimen
  2. stifling
  3. evolve
  4. swarmed
Continuing Education DNA, RNA, and Genetics
Grade 11 Statistics and Probability Concepts
None Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatments
Grade 11 Statistics and Probability Concepts
Grade 12 Collecting and Interpreting Data
A simple random sample is defined by
  1. the method of selection
  2. how representative the sample is of the population
  3. whether or not a random number generator is used
  4. the assignment of different numbers associated with the outcomes of some chance situation
  5. examination of the outcome
Grade 8 Properties of Matter
A geologist finds a rock and breaks it into two pieces to examine the crystals inside. The two pieces of the rock are then labeled Sample A and Sample B. Sample A is twice as large as Sample B. Which of the following statements is true?
  1. Sample A is denser than Sample B.
  2. Sample B is denser than Sample A.
  3. Sample A and Sample B have the same density.
  4. Sample A and Sample B are both less dense than the original rock.
Grade 8 Tectonics
A deep-ocean trench is shown on the diagram at I.
Subduction Zone
Oceanic crust rock samples are collected at I and J. Which relative ages of the rock samples would provide evidence that the seafloor is spreading mid-ocean and being recycled at the trench?
  1. Sample J is older than Sample I
  2. Sample I is older than Sample J
  3. Sample I and Sample J are the same age and old
  4. Sample I and Sample J are the same age and young
Grade 6 Twentieth Century and Modern - 1900-2000
Grade 6 Collecting and Interpreting Data CCSS: 6.SP.A.1
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