2. A spinner is shown below for which outcome is **NOT **equally likely.__(E) ____If you spin the spinner once, what is the probability that it'll stop on A?__

A takes up the same amount of romm that b and c do together. If you divide A in half, there would be 4 parts. Then there are 2 a's so, 2/4 or 1/2.__(A)____ If you spin the spinner once, what is the probability that it'll stop on B?__

Again, A stands for 2 parts, so there are 4 parts all together. B takes up one of the 4 spots so, 1/4.__(T) ____If you spin the spinner 50 times, about how many times would you expect it to stop on A?__

A takes up half of the room. Half of 50 equals 25. 25 is the answer.__(Y)____ If you spin 80 times, about how many times would you expect to stop on C? __

C takes up a quarter of the room. A quarter is the same thing a as a fourth. 80 divided by 4 equals 20. 20 is the answer.__(MY QUESTION) ____If you spin the spinner 240, how many times would it supposedly stop on B?__

240 divided by 4 equals 60 (24 divided by 4 equals six, add a zero at the end, voila!). Again B takes up a fourth of the space, and so forth, the answer is 60!

## Monday, October 16, 2006

### e-50 #2

Angelic M.

October 16,2006

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## 2 comments:

Great use of colour.

Great Job Keep it up. Part 2 is on the way.

Mr. H

Good Job. I like your post and how you organized it. Keep it up!

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