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Question 1
If you spin the spinners shown below, what is the probability of landing on a star and the letter "B"?
A.
 1 4
B.
 3 25
C.
 1 8
D.
 1 24
 Question 2 Mr. Kandel is ordering a dinner table from a furniture store. His choices for ordering the table are shown in the table below. How many different combinations of wood type and table shape can Mr. Kandel choose? A. 9 B. 12 C. 7 D. 15
Question 3
There are 5 red beads, 6 pink beads, 5 purple beads and 9 green beads in a box. If you pick one bead out of the box without looking, what is the probability of picking a purple bead?
A.  20% B.  0.25
C.
 1 2
D.  30%
 Question 4 John's supply box contains 2 red pens, 3 green pens, 6 black pens and 2 blue pens. If he picks one pen out of the box without looking, which color will most likely be picked? A. green B. red C. black D. blue
 Question 5 Which spinner is most likely to stop on a shaded part? A. B. C. D.
 Question 6 Brian has 5 shirts and 3 pants. How many different shirt-pant combinations can he make? A. 8 B. 12 C. 10 D. 15
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 Question 7 Nicola, Cindy and Sally went to a restaurant. In the restaurant, each one of them could order pizza or burger. How many different combinations of people and food choices were there? A. 2 B. 3 C. 8 D. 6
Question 8
If you pick a random letter from the word "Europe", what is the probability of picking a consonant?
A.
 2 6
B.
 4 6
C.
 4 7
D.
 1 2
Question 9
There were 21 children sitting on a bus. Nine of the children were third graders. If Mrs. Bittini randomly picks a student as a bus monitor, what is the probability that the selected student is not a third grader?
A.
 4 7
B.
 3 7
C.
 3 8
D.
 1 4
Question 10
"Equally likely" is same as ________.
A.
 3 4
B.
 1 4
C.
 1 2
D.  1
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