7th grade Second Semester Review (day 1)

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- Q11.) If the scale is the same for the house, how tall will the house be in the photo?5 inches0.25 inch4 inches0.2 inch30sEditDelete
- Q22.) What is the scale of the model?BACD30sEditDelete
- Q33.) What is the actual distance in miles?279 miles66.5 miles13.7 miles57.5 miles30sEditDelete
- Q44.) If she wants the enlargement to be proportional, which of the following dimensions represent a possible enlargement size?DACB30sEditDelete
- Q55.) Find the area of the living room in square feet.192 sq. in.768 sq. ft.48 sq. ft.56 sq. in.30sEditDelete
- Q66.) If you choose an "at bat" at random, which statements are true?BADC30sEditDelete
- Q77.) How likely is it that you will randomly draw a blue card?BDAC30sEditDelete
- Q88.) Which of the following statements were true?A and CB and DB and CA and D30sEditDelete
- Q99.) What is the experimental probability that the student orders school lunch?9/209/1111/2045/5530sEditDelete
- Q1010.) Which of the following chance events have probabilities of occurring that are 1/2?Rolling a 6 on a fair number cubeRolling an odd number on a fair number cubeRolling a 1 on a fair number cubeRolling a 3 on a fair number cube30sEditDelete
- Q1111.) Out of 30 times at bat, how many times will she strike out?BCDA30sEditDelete
- Q1212.) Which of the following are correct experimental probabilities based on Magglio's observations?P(cruiser) = 11/14P(racing) 1/2P(mountain) = 5/7P(racing) = 8/1430sEditDelete
- Q1313.) Find the probability that you choose an E from the word DECAFFEINATED.b. 3/10d. 3/8c. 3/13a. 1/1330sEditDelete
- Q1414.) What is the probability of getting tails in the simulation?20%50%40%30%30sEditDelete
- Q1515.) How does the experimental probability compare to the theoretical probability?CBDA30sEditDelete