 12.5.46: In a jar of red and white gumballs, the ratio of white gumballs to ...
 12.5.1: A die is rolled. Find each probability. 1. P(1 or 6)
 12.5.10: Jesse has eight friends who have volunteered to help him with a sch...
 12.5.47: What is the area of the shaded part of the rectangle below? 200 ft ...
 12.5.2: P(at least 5)
 12.5.11: P(all boys or all girls)
 12.5.48: A die is rolled three times. Find each probability. (Lesson 124) 4...
 12.5.3: P(less than 3)
 12.5.12: P(at least 2 girls
 12.5.49: P(no 4s)
 12.5.4: P(even or prime)
 12.5.13: P(at least 1 boy)
 12.5.50: P(three 1s)
 12.5.5: P(multiple of 3 or 4)
 12.5.14: Six girls and eight boys walk into a video store at the same time. ...
 12.5.51: P(three even numbers)
 12.5.6: P(multiple of 2 or 3)
 12.5.15: P(5 girls, 1 boy or 5 boys, 1 girl)
 12.5.52: Dan has twelve books on his shelf that he has not read yet. There a...
 12.5.7: A card is drawn from a standard deck of cards. Determine whether th...
 12.5.16: P(all girls or all boys)
 12.5.53: Find the sum of each series. (Lessons 112 and 114) 53. 2 + 4 + 8 ...
 12.5.8: P(queen or spade)
 12.5.17: P(at least 4 boys)
 12.5.54: n = 1 3 (5n  2)
 12.5.9: There are 8 girls and 8 boys on the Student Senate. Three of the st...
 12.5.18: P(at least 5 girls or at least 5 boys)
 12.5.55: Use the graph of the polynomial function at the right to determine ...
 12.5.19: P(at least 3 girls)
 12.5.56: For Exercises 56 and 57, use the following information. In 2001, Ca...
 12.5.20: For Exercises 2023, determine whether the events are mutually exclu...
 12.5.57: What type of function does the equation in Exercise 56 represent?
 12.5.21: A die is rolled. What is the probability of rolling a 5 or a number...
 12.5.58: Find the mean, median, mode, and range for each set of data. Round ...
 12.5.22: In the Math Club, 7 of the 20 girls are seniors, and 4 of the 14 bo...
 12.5.23: A card is drawn from a standard deck of cards. What is the probabil...
 12.5.24: One tile with each letter of the alphabet is placed in a bag, and o...
 12.5.25: Each of the numbers from 1 to 30 is written on a card and placed in...
 12.5.26: Two cards are drawn from a standard deck of cards. Find each probab...
 12.5.27: P(both jacks or both face cards)
 12.5.28: P(both face cards or both black)
 12.5.29: P(both either black or an ace)
 12.5.30: For Exercises 3035, use the following information. A certain game h...
 12.5.31: P(neither is a horse)
 12.5.32: P(exactly one is a ball)
 12.5.33: P(exactly one is a fish)
 12.5.34: P(both are a fish)
 12.5.35: P(one is a dog and one is a flower)
 12.5.36: For Exercises 3638, use the following information. Albert and Paul ...
 12.5.37: neither Albert nor Paul is able to get a hit their first time at bat?
 12.5.38: at least one of the two friends is able to get a hit their first ti...
 12.5.39: For Exercises 3941, use the Venn diagram that shows the number of p...
 12.5.40: P(drama or athletics)
 12.5.41: P(athletics and drama, or music and athletics)
 12.5.42: What is wrong with the conclusion in the comic?
 12.5.43: Describe two mutually exclusive events and two inclusive events.
 12.5.44: A textbook gives the following probability equation for events A an...
 12.5.45: Use the information on page 710 to explain how probability applies ...
 12.5.59: 3, 75, 58, 7, 34
 12.5.60: 4.8, 5.7, 2.1, 2.1, 4.8, 2.1
 12.5.61: 80, 50, 65, 55, 70, 65, 75, 50
 12.5.62: 61, 89, 93, 102, 45, 89
 12.5.63: 13.3, 15.4, 12.5, 10.7
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