

1. 
A spinner numbered 1 through 10 is spun 100 times. The results of the experiment are shown in the table below. What is the experimental probability of spinning an 8? 





A. 

B. 



C. 

D. 



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2. 
Two coins are tossed and a number cube is rolled. How many outcomes are possible? 


A. 
10 
B. 
12 


C. 
24 
D. 
18 


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3. 
How many ways can you order a pizza if you pick one from each choice; 4 sizes, 3 different crusts, 5 kinds of cheese, and 12 toppings? 


A. 
720 
B. 
60 


C. 
80 
D. 
1440 


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4. 
Twentyfive chips, numbered 1 through 25, are placed in a box. Five chips are randomly selected without being replaced. What is the probability that all 5 chips have an odd number on them? 


A. 

B. 



C. 

D. 



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5. 
An art gallery has 10 paintings to display. Six of the paintings are to be used for a new exhibit. Is this situation a permutation or combination? How many choices of paintings are possible? 


A. 
combination; 210 
B. 
permutation; 151,200 


C. 
combination; 151,200 
D. 
permutation; 210 


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6. 
Andy has made his own new die. It has fourteen sides, which he has labeled with the numbers 1 through 14. He rolls his die. What is the probability that he rolls a composite number? 


A. 

B. 



C. 

D. 



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7. 
Two number cubes are rolled, then a spinner with 4 different colors on it is spun twice, then two coins are flipped. How many total possible outcomes are there? 


A. 
24 
B. 
2,304 


C. 
46,656 
D. 
4096 


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8. 
Your friend has 26 slips of paper, one with each letter of the alphabet on it, and you pick three slips at random, allowing your friend to replace them randomly in the stack. What is the probability that you will choose the letter 'd' the first time, the letter 'o' the second time, and the letter 'g' the third time? 


A. 

B. 



C. 

D. 



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9. 
Eight ______ is the product of all the counting numbers beginning with eight and counting backward to one. 


A. 
outcome 
B. 
permutation 


C. 
compound event 
D. 
factorial 


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10. 
Meghan owns 5 pairs of basketball shorts. If she wears a different pair every day for five days, how many different orders are there in which she could wear the shorts? 


A. 
120 
B. 
15 


C. 
60 
D. 
24 


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11. 
Use the spinner to find P(not prime). Write as a fraction in simplest form. 





A. 

B. 



C. 

D. 



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12. 
Choose the situation that could not represent the tree diagram below. 





A. 
A penny, nickel, and dime were tossed at the same time. 


B. 
Two pennies were tossed at the same time. 


C. 
One nickel was tossed, then one quarter was tossed. 


D. 
One dime was tossed twice one after the other. 


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13. 
Which situation is a combination? 


A. 
The number of ways 50 people can line up to enter a concert hall. 


B. 
The number of ways a committee can choose a president, vicepresident, and treasurer. 


C. 
The number of ways 3 books can be displayed in a store window. 


D. 
The number of ways a coach can choose 3 cocaptains for a soccer team. 


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14. 
In a survey, 100 students were asked to name their favorite season of the year. The results are shown in the table. Suppose 1,300 students attend Franklin Middle School. How many can be expected to choose spring as their favorite season? 





A. 
312 
B. 
715 


C. 
240 
D. 
300 


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