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Q13: Answers – Paper 1 – June 2018
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In a game, two fair spinners are spun.
In a game, two fair spinners are spun.
If the numbers the arrows land on are different, the score is the higher number.
If the numbers the arrows land on are the same, the score is 0
a) Complete the table to show the possible scores.
If the numbers the arrows land on are the same, the score is 0
a) Complete the table to show the possible scores.
b) Write down the probability that the score is an odd number.
c) The same game is played using spinners C and D.
The numbers on C are shown.
The table shows some of the possible scores.
Write the missing numbers on spinner D.
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If the numbers the arrows land on are different, the score is the higher number.
If the numbers the arrows land on are the same, the score is 0
a) Complete the table to show the possible scores.
If the numbers the arrows land on are the same, the score is 0
a) Complete the table to show the possible scores.
[2 marks]
b) Write down the probability that the score is an odd number.
[1 mark]
c) The same game is played using spinners C and D.
The numbers on C are shown.
The table shows some of the possible scores.
Write the missing numbers on spinner D.
[2 marks]