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

Lumos StepUp High School Geometry - Mathematics Practice test + Workbook Using Probabilities to Make Fair Decisions

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Bryce and his sister are competing in a dice game. They will play the game until one of them wins. The game is over when one player gets 100 points or more. The points are decided by: If the player rolls a 1 or a 2, the player earns 3 points, if the player rolls a 3 or a 4, the player earns 7 points, and if the player rolls a 5 or a 6, the player earns 11 points. Which statement is correct about the fairness of this scoring method?
  1. The method is fair because the player who rolls a 5 or a 6gets the most points.
  2. The method is not fair because the likelihood of rolling larger numbers is greater.
  3. The method is unfair because the player who rolls a 5 or a 6gets the most points.
  4. The method is fair because the likelihood of rolling larger numbers is the same as for smaller numbers.


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