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 1.  What is the probability that Kendall will not select a green or yellow marble, without looking, on

       the first try?

Kendall's Bag of Marbles

 

G G R R R Y Y  BL R Y R R BL R   BL Y

G=GREEN

R=RED

Y=YELLOW

BL=BLUE


Gerald's Bag of Marbles

 

 

 2.  In the figure above, what is the probability that Kendall will not select a black or yellow marble, without

   looking, on the first try?

 

 3.  In the figure above, what is the probability that Kendall will select a green or yellow marble, without looking,

   on the first try?

 

    4.  Jamie is playing a game with identical-sized color cubes.  He has a container with a total of 6 blue,

         12 yellow, 15 red, and 13 purple cubes.  If Keenan picks a cube without looking, what is the probability that

         the cube will be red? 

 

 5.  Anthony is playing a game with identical-sized color cubes.  He has a container with a total of 14 blue,

      10 yellow, 5 red, and 9 purple cubes.  If Anthony picks a cube without looking, what is the probability that the

      cube will be red?  Round your answer to the nearest whole number.

 

6.  There are 22 individual socks in Gina's drawer.  Of all the socks, 10 of them are white.  If Gina opens the drawer

     and selects one sock without looking, what is the probability that she will select a sock that is not white? 

 

 7.  There are 37 individual socks in Alicia's drawer.  Of all the socks, 8 of them are white.  If Alicia opens the drawer and

   selects one sock without looking, what is the probability that she will select a sock that is white? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The graph below shows the results of a survey about the amount of time students spend on

activities during a 36 hour period.  Use this graph to answer question 8 - 11.

PLAYING-8.3%

WATCHING TV-14.6%

DOING HOMEWORK-4.2%

EATING-2% 

ATTENDING SCHOOL 33.3%

SLEEPING-37.5%

 

 

 

8.  Approximately, how much time is spent doing homework, attending school, and sleeping?

 

9.  Approximately, how much time is spent eating, and playing?

 

10.  Approximately, how much time is spent watching TV, eating, and sleeping?

 

11.  Approximately, how much time is spent attending school, and doing homework?

 

                                        Use the graph below to answer question 12 -14.

 

 45 40 35 30 2520  15 10 0
          
          
          
          
 DAY 1  DAY 2  DAY 3  DAY 4  DAY 5 DAY 6

 

12.  The temperature graph above displays the temperature for six days.  By how many degrees did the

       temperature decrease from Day 4 to Day 5?

 

13.  The temperature graph above displays the temperature for six days.  By how many degrees did the

       temperature increase from Day 1 to Day 3?

 

14.  The temperature graph above displays the temperature for six days.  By how many degrees did the

       temperature increase from Day 5 to Day 6?

 

 

                                                        Use the graph below to answer question 15 - 17.

 

15.  Using the graph above, what is the largest decrease in one month for the auto sales company?

 

16.  Using the graph above, what is the largest increase in one month for the auto sales company?

 

17.  Using the graph above, what is the difference between the sales for July and the sales for December?

 

   18.  The package of M & Ms has a weight of 98 ounces.  What would be the measure of the M & Ms in pounds?

 

19.  Francine ordered a total of 72 gallons of punch for her sweet sixteen party.  What would be the measure of

       the punch in quarts?

 

    20.  Convert 11. 6 meters to centimeters.

 

Use the grid below to answer question 21.

 

 

 

 

 

       21.  In the grid above, what are the ordered pairs for points J, K, H, and G?

 

      

Use the grid below to answer question 22.

 

      22.  In the grid above, what are the ordered pairs for points C, D, B, and A?

    

      23.  Yield signs are constructed in the shape of a regular triangle.  What type of angles are formed at the

       vertices of a regular triangle?

 

24.  Jeffrey drew an angle that measured greater than 0¢ª but less than 90¢ª. What type of angle did Jeffrey draw?

 

25.  Catrett drove his motorcycle west on Highway 25, then made a 98¢ª left turn on to Raceline Road.

       What kind of angle represents the 94¢ª turn Catrett made at Raceline Road?

 

26.  Name the two-dimensional figures which have exactly 6 sides, 8 sides, 7 sides, 5 sides, and 4 sides?

  

27.  What two-dimensional figure always has 4 congruent sides?

 

28.  What is the area and perimeter of the figure shown below?

 

 

 

29.  What is the perimeter of a rectangle with sides 5.4 inches and 4.6 inches?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30.  What is the area of the parallelogram shown below?

 

 

 

Note:  Identify prisms and pyramids.


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