Name:    Try It Out -- Chapter 12, Lesson 3

Numeric Response

Jean cannot remember the password to his e-mail. He knows the numbers are 2,3,or, 4 and they add up to 9. 1.

How many different combinations are possible?

2.

How many of these combinations add up to 9?

3.

What is the probability that the first of the possible combinations that Jean tries will open the e-mail? Mignon has 2 sisters. The sum of all their ages is 36. Mignon is the oldest and Thea is the youngest.

4.

How many different combinations are possible?

5.

How many of these combinations add up to 36?

Cameron shoots 3 arrows in archery. He hits the target each time. 6.

How many different combinations are possible?

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

Cameron shoots 3 arrows in archery. He hits the target each time. 7.

What is the likelihood that his score will be less than 30?

 a. 74% b. 64% c. 71%

8.

What is the likelihood that his score will be more than 35?

 a. 12% b. 18% c. 15%

9.

What is the likelihood that his score will be 45?

 a. 10% b. 1% c. 4%