Name:    Try It Out -- Chapter 13, Lesson 1

Numeric Response

1.

Shelley and Pierce each make a spinner. How many times did Shelley spin snowflakes?

2.

How many times did Shelley spin raindrops?

3.

How many times did Pierce spin starlight?

4.

How many times did Pierce spin sunshine?

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

5.

Which probability word best describes how likely it is to spin snowflakes?
 a. impossible b. unlikely c. likely d. certain

6.

Which probability word best describes how likely it is to spin sunshine?
 a. impossible b. unlikely c. likely d. certain

7.

What would a spinner look like if it were certain to spin snowflakes every time?
 a. 2 raindrop sections and 2 snowflake sections b. 3 raindrop sections and 1 snowflake section c. 4 raindrop sections d. 4 snowflake sections

8.

What would a spinner look like if it were certain to spin raindrops every time?
 a. 2 snowflake sections and 2 raindrop sections b. 3 snowflake sections and 1 raindrop section c. 4 raindrop sections d. 4 snowflake sections

9.

What would a spinner look like if it were certain to spin sunshine every time?
 a. 8 sunshine sections b. 8 starlight sections c. 4 sunshine sections and 4 starlight sections d. 6 sunshine sections and 2 starlight sections