Name:    Try It Out -- Chapter 13, Lesson 3

Matching

Margaret conducts an experiment to make predictions. Order the steps she takes for her experiment.
 a. She repeats the draw 20 times. b. She replaces the stickers in the bag. c. She puts 5 stickers of a sun and 5 stickers of a moon in a bag. d. She draws a sticker from the bag and records it in the tally chart. e. She compares the results to her prediction. f. She predicts the number of moon stickers and the number of sun stickers she will pick from the bag in 20 draws.

1.

What is Margaret’s first step?

2.

What is Margaret’s second step?

3.

What is Margaret’s third step?

4.

What is Margaret’s fourth step?

5.

What is Margaret’s fifth step?

6.

What is Margaret’s final step?

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

7.

What result should Margaret have predicted about the number of stickers?
 a. She would draw 5 moon stickers and 15 sun stickers. b. She would draw 15 moon stickers and 5 sun stickers. c. She would draw 10 moon stickers and 10 sun stickers.

Numeric Response

8.

From the tally chart that Margaret made, how many sun stickers were drawn?

9.

How many moon stickers were drawn?