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(2)

likely to shake out any one coin. What is the probability of shaking out a penny each of 4

times if the coin is returned after each shake? Express your answer as a common fraction.

2?

(3)

What is the probability that the first three cards drawn from a standard deck

of playing cards will all be twos? Express your answer as a common fraction.

(4)

A coin machine returns 5 pennies for every nickel inserted and 5 nickels for

every penny inserted. If Ashley starts with one nickel and no pennies, how many coins will

she have after using the machine 7 times? Does the answer depend on which coins are

used?

(5)

A rectangular field is 50 feet wide and 80 feet long. Fence posts are placed

every 10 feet around the field. How many posts are needed?

(6)

Using the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, how many five-digit positive integers can

be formed if no digit can be repeated?

(7)

How many ways can a committee of four members be selected from a club

consisting of 6 members?

(8)

In his locker, Andrew has 2 history books and 3 math books. In his rush to

get to class, he grabs 1 book, then a second book, without stopping to look. What is the

probability that he pulls a math book out first and a history book out second? Express your

answer as a common fraction.

(9)

If all multiples of 4 and all multiples of 5 are removed from the set of

integers from 1 through 100, how many integers remain?

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intersect each other?

(11)

Hazel and Basil are playing a game in which either is equally likely to win any

given point. Basil has 4 points to Hazels 3 points. If the first person to get 5 points is the

winner, what is the probability that Basil will win?

(12)

In a classroom there are 6 rows of 5 desks each. What percent of the seats

does a student have to choose from if he does not want to sit in the first or last seat of

any row or in either of the two side rows?

(13)

What is the probability of drawing a card from those pictured where the

letter is the first letter of a month of the year? Express your answer as a common fraction.

A

(14)

Massaru has 3 pencils in his bookbag. Two pencils are blue and one is red. If

he randomly selects two pencils, what is the probability that they are the same color?

Express your answer as a common fraction.

(15)

Every member of a math club is taking algebra or geometry and 8 are taking

both. If there are 17 taking algebra and 13 taking geometry, how many members are in the

club.

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(17)

(18)

Compute:

7!

6!

3!2!

(81)! .

A game is played with five cards numbered 3, 6, 2, 5, and 1. Face down, the

cards are shuffled and then three are turned face up. Your score is the sum of the three

numbers showing. What is the probability that your score will be 9?

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marbles and 15 white marbles, what is the probability that the marble chosen is blue or

red? Express your answer as a common fraction.

(20)

What is the least number of coins you can have and still pay exactly the cost

of any purchase less than one dollar?

(21)

The digits 2, 3, 4, 7, and 8 form a five-digit number. The tens digit is odd

and the number is divisible by 4. How many numbers are possible?

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2?

(23)

If two numbers are selected randomly without replacement from the set

{1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}, what is the probability that their product will be greater than 15? Express

your answer as a common fraction.

(24)

Using one kind of cheese, one kind of meat, and one kind of bread, how

many different sandwiches can be made from the following:

Bread: rye, white, wheat, oatmeal

Cheese: Cheddar, swiss

Meat: bologna, turkey, ham

(25)

one-and-one free throw situation (he shoots a second basket only if he makes the first),

what is the probability that he makes both baskets? Express your answer as a decimal.

(26)

Suppose you toss a coin and get heads five times in a row. What is the

probability, expressed as a common fraction, that you will get heads on the sixth toss?

(27)

Simplify:

8!

3!4!

(28)

On a digital clock showing hours and minutes, how many different readings

between noon and midnight contain at least two 3s?

(29)

How many different six-digit numbers can be formed using three 5s, two

4s, and one 6?

(30)

You are buying 15 doughnuts for your MATHCOUNTS team and coach. If

the doughnuts are packaged singly or in sets of 3 or 4, in how many different ways can you

select your order?

Answer Sheet

Number

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

Answer

1/16

14

1/5525

29 coins, no

26 posts

120

15

3/10

60 integers

10

3

4

40 percent

2/5

1

3

22 members

1/60

1/5

729

1/2

9 coins

12 numbers

9/19

4/15

24

.64

1/2

280

26

60 numbers

15 ways

Problem ID

1BAA1

2BB41

B03B

D00C

015B

515B

CBCA

323A1

BCD22

ACB02

BA3A1

4C3B

BB0B

02B41

B4D41

143B

DACB

225A1

C2C22

3ACB

45AB

455B

2BCB

223A1

CBC51

5AAB

5ABB

B02B

4A2B

D15B

Solutions

(1) 1/16

ID: [1BAA1]

No solution is available at this time.

(2) 14

ID: [2BB41]

No solution is available at this time.

(3) 1/5525

ID: [B03B]

No solution is available at this time.

(4) 29 coins, no

ID: [D00C]

No solution is available at this time.

(5) 26 posts

ID: [015B]

No solution is available at this time.

(6) 120

ID: [515B]

No solution is available at this time.

(7) 15

ID: [CBCA]

No solution is available at this time.

(8) 3/10

ID: [323A1]

No solution is available at this time.

(9) 60 integers

ID: [BCD22]

No solution is available at this time.

(10) 10

ID: [ACB02]

The

maximum occurs when every pair of lines yields a new point of intersection. There are

5

2 = 10 ways to choose these pairs.

(11)

3

4

ID: [BA3A1]

No solution is available at this time.

(12) 40 percent

ID: [4C3B]

No solution is available at this time.

(13) 2/5

ID: [BB0B]

No solution is available at this time.

(14)

1

3

ID: [02B41]

Massaru has three ways of choosing two pencils. He can either choose two blue pencils, the

red pencil and the first blue pencil, or the red pencil and the second blue pencil. Thus, the

1

.

probability that the two pencils he chooses are the same color is

3

(15) 22 members

ID: [B4D41]

No solution is available at this time.

(16) 1/60

ID: [143B]

No solution is available at this time.

(17) 1/5

ID: [DACB]

No solution is available at this time.

(18) 729

ID: [225A1]

No solution is available at this time.

(19) 1/2

ID: [C2C22]

No solution is available at this time.

(20) 9 coins

ID: [3ACB]

No solution is available at this time.

(21) 12 numbers

ID: [45AB]

No solution is available at this time.

(22) 9/19

ID: [455B]

No solution is available at this time.

(23) 4/15

ID: [2BCB]

No solution is available at this time.

(24) 24

ID: [223A1]

No solution is available at this time.

(25) .64

ID: [CBC51]

Since Johns average for making free throws is .80, the probability that he makes the first

shot is .80. If he makes this shot, he will then get a chance to shoot a second basket. The

probability that he makes this second basket (given that he already made the first one) is

still .80, so the probability that he makes both baskets is (.80)(.80) = .64 .

(26) 1/2

ID: [5AAB]

No solution is available at this time.

(27) 280

ID: [5ABB]

No solution is available at this time.

(28) 26

ID: [B02B]

We can divide the number of ways the clock can contain two 3s into three cases.

Case I: The clock reads x:33

From noon to midnight, there are twelve hours (that is, x can range from 1 to 12).

Thus, this case gives 12 such readings.

Case II: The clock reads 3:x3

Because there are 60 minutes in a hour, x can range from 0 to 5, giving 6 such readings.

However, note that we have already counted the 3:33 reading. Thus, this case yields 5 new

readings.

Case II: The clock reads 3:3x

Here, x can range from 0 to 9, giving 10 readings. However, again, the 3:33 reading has

been counted. So, this case gives 9 new readings.

Thus, there are 12 + 5 + 9 = 26 different readings.

(29) 60 numbers

ID: [4A2B]

No solution is available at this time.

(30) 15 ways

ID: [D15B]

No solution is available at this time.

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