1 pt
DOK: 2

9.

Brenda has 18 fish in an aquarium. The fish are the following colors: 5 orange, 7 blue, 2 black, and 4 green. Brenda’s trouble-making cat has grabbed a fish. What is the probability the cat grabbed a green fish?

A

$\frac{2}{9}$

B

$\frac{1}{18}$

C

$\frac{2}{7}$

D

$\frac{1}{4}$

1 pt
DOK: 2

11.

You have a cube with each face numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6. If you roll the cube 4 times, what is the probability you will get the number 5 each time?

A

$\frac{4}{1296}$

B

$\frac{4}{5}$

C

$\frac{1}{256}$

D

$\frac{1}{1296}$

1 pt
DOK: 2

12.

Carrie bought a large basket of 60 apples. When she got them home, she found 4 of the apples were green. If she buys 200 more apples, about how many green apples should she expect?

A

8

B

13

C

20

D

24

1 pt
DOK: 3

15.

In Florida, 94% of people have a TV. 71% have a TV and a DVD player. What percent of people that have a TV also have a DVD player?

A

66%

B

70%

C

83%

D

76%

1 pt
DOK: 3

16.

A bag has 55 green marbles and 45 red marbles inside. If two green marbles are pulled from the bag at the same time, player one gets a point. If two red marbles are pulled from the bag at the same time, player two gets a point. If one red and one green marble are pulled at the same time, both players get a point. Is this a fair game?

A

No. There are more red marbles than green marbles in the bag, giving player two an unfair advantage.

B

Yes, this is a fair game.

C

No. There are more green marbles than red marbles in the bag, giving player two an unfair advantage.

D

No. There are more green marbles than red marbles in the bag, giving player one an unfair advantage.