Using Probabilities to Make Fair Decisions HSS.MD.B.6 Practice Question Lumos StepUp High School Geometry - Mathematics Practice test + Workbook

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Simon and Brittany are playing a game of choosing cards. The game cannot end until every player has a chance to choose a card. They shuffle the deck of cards between each hand. After the shuffle, each player chooses a card. If that card is an Ace or a King, the player wins 3 points. If that card is a Jack or a Queen, the player wins 1 point. If the card is any card other than a Jack, Queen, King, or Ace, the player loses the game. Which statement about the fairness of the scoring method?


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