### All Common Core: 7th Grade Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #21 : Develop And Compare Probability Models And Find Probabilities Of Events: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Sp.C.7

Set consists of the numbers . Set n consists of the numbers . If a number is randomly selected from set and multiplied by a number randomly selected from set , what is the chance the product will be ?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The only way that a product of will be acheived is if the number is selected from set , and the number is selected from set .

There is a one half chance of the number 4 being selected and a one half chance of the number 6 being selected, given that each set contains two numbers.

Therefore, the probability of both these number being chosen is:

### Example Question #22 : Develop And Compare Probability Models And Find Probabilities Of Events: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Sp.C.7

If Mark flips a coin and then rolls a die, what are the odds that the coin will be heads and that the die will land on a multiple of 3?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

If Mark flips a coin, the chance that it will land on heads is . On a die, there are 2 out of 6 numbers that are a multiple of 3 (3 and 6); therefore, there is a chance that the dice will be a multiple of 3.

The probability that the coin will land on heads and that the dice will be a multiple of 3 is:

### Example Question #21 : How To Find The Probability Of An Outcome

If Janet rolls a pair of six-sided dice, what is the probability that the dice will come up as snake eyes (meaning that both dice show one dot)?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Given that there are six values that a die may show when rolled, there is a chance that either dice will show a value of 1. Thus, the chance that both dice will show a value of 1 is equal to , which is equal to .

Thus, is the correct answer.

### Example Question #569 : Data Analysis And Probability

If you are picking a random student from a bus with freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors, what is the probability that you pick a senior?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

To find the probability of an event, you divide the possible outcomes of that event by total outcomes.

The event outcomes would be the seniors on the bus.

The total outcomes is the number of students on the bus which is

.

So the probability of picking a senior would be

.

### Example Question #21 : Develop And Compare Probability Models And Find Probabilities Of Events: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Sp.C.7

What is the probability of drawing a card that is a spade from a deck of cards?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

There are cards in a deck.

There are four suits of cards including spades.

They make up an even amount of the deck each.

Since there are four of the suits, each represent of the deck and that is the probability of drawing one.

### Example Question #24 : How To Find The Probability Of An Outcome

Find the probability of drawing a 2 from a deck of cards.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

To find the probability of an event, we use the following:

So, when looking at the event of drawing a 2 from a deck of cards, we get

It is 4 because we can draw a 2 from a deck of cards 4 different ways:

- 2 of hearts
- 2 of diamonds
- 2 of clubs
- 2 of spades

Now,

because there are 52 cards in the entire deck. Now,

We can simplify, we get

Therefore, the probability of drawing a 2 from a deck of cards is

### Example Question #25 : How To Find The Probability Of An Outcome

Find the probability of drawing a 9 of hearts from a deck of cards.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

To find the probability of an event, we use the following:

So, when looking at the event of drawing a 9 of hearts from a deck of cards, we get

It is 1 because we can draw a 9 of hearts from a deck of cards in only 1 way:

- 9 of hearts

Now,

because there are 52 cards in the entire deck. Now,

Therefore, the probability of drawing a 2 from a deck of cards is

### Example Question #23 : Develop And Compare Probability Models And Find Probabilities Of Events: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Sp.C.7

At Lisa's school, of her class consists of girls. There are students in her class. On the first day of school, girls wore skirts. How many girls did not wear skirts?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Given that of the class is girls, and there are students, we must first determine how many girls are in the class.

Because is double the value of , is double the value of . should be half of .

If of the girls wear skirts, then we can subtract to find the number of girls not wearing skirts.

### Example Question #27 : How To Find The Probability Of An Outcome

Billy's mom baked a pizza with eight slices. Half the slices have pepperoni *only*. Two of the slices have both pepperoni and onions. One slice has onions only. One slice has only cheese.

If Billy is allergic to pepperoni, and takes a slice of pizza with his eyes blindfolded, what is the percentage chance that he will select a piece he is not allergic to?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The pizza that Billy's mom baked was composed of these types of slices:

Half the slices have pepperoni *only*. Two of the slices have both pepperoni and onoins. One slice has onions only. One slice has only cheese.

Therefore,

slices had pepperoni because

slices had pepperoni and onions

slice had onion only

slice had only cheese.

Billy could eat either the onion only slice, or the cheese only slice. This means that out of pieces of pizza, he could eat .

Given that is the percent equivalent of , that is the correct answer.

### Example Question #24 : Develop And Compare Probability Models And Find Probabilities Of Events: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Sp.C.7

Two fair dice are thrown. What is the probability that the difference of the numbers that show on the dice will be exactly ?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The following rolls result in the difference of the dice being :

and the reverse of each of these.

These are rolls out of a possible , so the probability of this event is