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# Winter Packet- 7th Grade 2011-2012

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7
th

MathematicsWINTER

BREAKHOMEWORK

PRACTICEIn

Preparation

for

the

Maryland

School

Assessment
December

22,

2011

– January

2,

2012
PRINCE

GEORGE
S

COUNTY

PUBLIC

SCHOOLSDivision

of

of

Curriculum

and

Instruction
Mathematics

2011
2012

NOTE

TO

STUDENT
This

winter

break

packet

has

been

compiled

to

compliment

middle

school

mathematics

classroom

instruction.

The

student

activities

in

this

packet

are

designed

to

reinforce

mathematics

concepts

and

skills

in

preparation

for

the

Mathematics

Maryland

State

Assessment

(MSA),

while

also

being fun

and

stimulating.We

strongly

encourage

you

to

work

diligently

to

complete

the

activities

in

this

packet.

Note:

BCR

questions

may

a

maximum

score

of

two

points

for

Part

B.

ECR

questions

may

a

maximum

point

of

tree

points

for

Part

B.You

are

encouraged

to

turn

in

your

packet

to

your

teacher

when

you

return

from

winter

break.

Remember

to

do

your

best!

Section

1:
1. BIRTHDAYS

The

bar

graph

showsthe

birthday

months

of

all

400

employees

at

a

local

the

two

questions

below by

completing

the

table.

Write

each

in

its

simplest

form.
a.

What

is

the

theoretical

probabilityof

randomly

choosing

a

person

atthe

who

was

born

in

amonth

with

an

R

in

its

name?
b.

What

is

the

theoretical

probabilityof

randomly

choosing

a

person

atthe

who

has

a

birthdayin

the

first

half

of

the

year?0678910
P     e     r     c     e     n       t
Birthday

Month
JFMA MJ J A S ON D
MonthQuestions Ratio Fraction Decimal Percent
a 131:200b 0.485
2. Peter

flips

a

coin

50

times.

What

is

the

theoretical

probability

of

flippinga

6
sided

die

is

rolled

once.What

is

the

probability

that

the

numbers

1,

2,

3,

4,

5,

or

6

is

rolled?

4. A

6
sided

die

is

rolled

once.

What

is

the

probability

that

the

number

2

is

not

rolled?

A

2/6 B

5/6 C

4/6 D

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