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### Measure skillsfrom any curriculum

Measure skills

from any curriculum

Tag the questions with any skills you have. Your dashboard will track each student's mastery of each skill.

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- start a class game
- automatically assign follow-up activities based on students’ scores
- assign as homework
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- Q1Based on these data, what is the probability that the amount of rainfall exceeded 8 inches in May of 2016?$\frac{8}{10}$$\frac{5}{10}$$\frac{6}{10}$$\frac{7}{10}$30s
- Q2What is the experimental probability of getting a 4 or a 6?0.20.40.250.4530s
- Q3Pedro is conducting an experiment. He is flipping a fair coin and recording how many times it lands on heads and how many times it lands on tails. Which statement regarding the experimental and theoretical probability is true?The experimental probability should get further from the theoretical probability as Pedro conducts more experiments.The experimental probability should stay the same distance from the theoretical probability as Pedro conducts more experiments.The experimental probability should get closer to the theoretical probability as Pedro conducts more experiments.The number of experiments Pedro conducts will not affect the experimental probability.30s
- Q4A spinner has four unequal parts. Tony spun the spinner 16 times. The spinner landed on red 1 time, blue 2 times, yellow 3 times and green 10 times. Using this data, what is the most likely outcome on the next spin?yellowbluegreenred30s
- Q5Hal rolls a fair six-sided die 60 times. What is the best prediction of the number of times Hal will roll a 3 or a 6?exactly 20 timesroughly 30 timesexactly 30 timesroughly 20 times30s