## Algebra 1 Common Core Answers Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7

Algebra 1 Common Core Solutions

**Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7 1LC**

Consider events, when rolling a number cube.

Find the theoretical probability for the event to come the number 4 to the face of cube That is finding the value of p(4).

**Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7 2LC**

Consider events, when rolling a number cube

Find the theoretical probability for the event to come the numbers less than 3 to the face of cube That is finding the value of P(less than 3)

**Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7 3LC**

Consider events, when rolling a number cube

Find the theoretical probability for the complement of an event 3 to the face of cube That is finding the value of P (not 3).

**Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7 4LC**

Consider events, when rolling a number cube.

Find the theoretical probability for the complement of an event not greater than 4 to the faces of cube That is finding the value of P(not greater than 4)

**Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7 5LC**

Consider an experiment, for toss darts at a dartboard 500 times dart hits the bulls-eye 80 times.

Find the experimental probability that dart hit the bull’s-eye.

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**Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7 9LC**

Certain Event:

The occurrences of the month January in the every coming year contain 31 days. It is the certain likely event Since January month of every year contain 31 days

Highly Unlikely Event: The occurrence of the month febuary in the every coming year contains 29 days This is the highly unlikely event, since some coming year the February month contains 28 days also.

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Consider events, landing of spinner A spinner is landing which divided into six equal part each part are number with 1 to 6 and three parts colored with blue, one part colored with green, no parts is white and two parts colored with red. Find the theoretical probability for the complement event: that is the parts which are not colored with red That is finding the value of P(not red).

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Consider the result of the survey 01100 randomly selected students at a 2000-students high school. 24 student are given the response for go to community college. Find the experimental probability for the student plan to go to community college after graduationS That is find the value of P(community college).

**Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7 29E**

Consider the result of the survey of 100 randomly selected students at a 2000-students high school

43 student are given the response for go to 4-year college

Find the experimental probability for the student plan to go to 4-year college after graduation. That is find the value of P(4- year college)

**Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7 30E**

Consider the result of the survey of 100 randomly selected students at a 2000-students high school

15 student are given the response for go to trade school Find the experimental probability for the student plan to go to trade school aller graduation That is finding the value of P(trade school).

**Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7 31E**

Consider the result of the survey 01100 randomly selected students at a 2000-students high school. 15 student are given the response for go to trade school.

Find the experimental probability of complement of event for the student plan to go to trade school after graduation. That is find the value of P(not trade school).

**Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7 32E**

Consider the result of the survey 01100 randomly selected students at a 2000-students high school.

15 student are given the response for go to trade school after graduation, and 24 students are plan to go to community school after graduation

Find the experimental probability for the student plan to go to trade school or community school after graduation That is finding the value of P(trade school or community school).

**Chapter 12 Data Analysis and Probability Exercise 12.7 33E**

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Consider a transportation statement of company: Out of 80 workers are surveyed at a company. 17 walk to work

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Consider a situation: A basketball team has 11 players You select 5 players to form a group Determine how many different 5-players group can form.

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