Math Grade 7 Quiz Developing and Applying Probability Models – 7.SP.C.7
In this segment of understanding mathematical standards, we delve into CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.7.SP.C.7, which focuses on developing probability models to predict the likelihood of events. It’s essential for students not only to construct these models but also to apply them to determine event probabilities and compare the calculated probabilities with realworld frequencies. When there’s a mismatch between theoretical probabilities and observed data, students are challenged to investigate and articulate potential causes for this discrepancy, whether they be due to chance, sampling errors, or inaccuracies in the model itself.
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What is the probability of rolling a number greater than four on a fair sixsided die?
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What principle states that with a large number of trials, the experimental probability will approximate the theoretical probability?
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What is an essential characteristic of a fair probability model?
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What is a probability model?
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When actual results differ from the results predicted by a probability model, what is NOT a likely explanation?
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What does it mean if an event is described as “independent” in probability?
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Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Which option best describes the “sample space” in a probability model?
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If a fair coin is flipped three times, what is the probability of getting heads exactly twice?
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If a probability model does not agree with observed frequencies, what should be your first step?
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Question 10 of 10
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In the context of probability, what does “frequency” refer to?
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