# answer sheet Q3 weeks 3 and 4.docx

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### answer sheet Q3 weeks 3 and 4.docx

• 1. Answer Sheet for Week 3 (Quarter 3) Name: ______________________________________ Score: ____________ Year and Sec: _______________________________ Date: _____________ What I Know: Match the two columns. Write the letter only of the correct answer. Page 1 1. ________ 4. _________ 7. __________ 10. __________ 2. ________ 5. _________ 8. __________ 3. ________ 6. _________ 9. __________ What’s In: Welcome to combination of objects! Before you start learning combination of objects, let’s see what you had learned so far when you were in lower grades. This activity will help you understand the lesson. Page 2 DIRECTIONS: Answer the following in a separate answer sheet. A. Express the following product in simplest factorial form. 1. _________________ 3. ______________ 5. _____________ 2. __________________ 4. ______________ B. Express the following factorial notation in product form. 1. _________________ 3. ______________ 5. _____________ 2. __________________ 4. ______________ C. Evaluate the following. 1. _________________ 3. ______________ 5. _____________ 2. __________________ 4. ______________ What’s More Let’s go beyond: Choose the correct answer. Page 7 - 8 1. ______________ 6. ________________ 11. ________________ 2. ______________ 7. ________________ 12. ________________ 3. ______________ 8. ________________ 13. ________________ 4. ______________ 9. ________________ 14. ________________ 5. ______________ 10. _______________ 15. ________________ What I Have Learned A. DIRECTIONS: Choose the letter of the correct answer. Page 8 1. _________________ 3. ______________ 5. _____________ 2. __________________ 4. ______________ B. TRUE or FALSE. Write TRUE if the statement is correct and FALSE if it is wrong. 6. _________________ 8. ______________ 10. _____________ 7. __________________ 9. ______________ C. List all the possible combinations of the following: 11.Alma(A), Ben (B), Carla (C), Daryl (D), Edna (E) – taken three at a time. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 12.The number 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 – taken two at a time ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________
• 2. 13.The symbols @ , # , % , & , and ! - taken three at a time. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 14.Yellow, Blue, Orange, and White – taken 2 at a time. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 15.Letters M, O, D, U, L, E – taken 4 at a time. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ What I Can Do: Answer each of the following completely. Page 10 1. ____________________________________ 2. ____________________________________ INDEPENDENT ASSESSMENT DIRECTIONS: Answer the following problems. Pages 11 - 12 1. ______________ 6. ________________ 11. ________________ 2. ______________ 7. ________________ 12. ________________ 3. ______________ 8. ________________ 13. ________________ 4. ______________ 9. ________________ 14. ________________ 5. ______________ 10. _______________ 15. ________________ Additional Activity (SKIP) What I Know: (SKIP) What’s In page 14 A. Evaluate the following. 1. ________ 4. _________ 7. __________ 10. __________ 2. ________ 5. _________ 8. __________ 3. ________ 6. _________ 9. __________ B. Answer the following problems. 1. _________________ 3. ______________ 5. _____________ 2. __________________ 4. ______________ What’s More pages 17 - 18 A. Evaluate the following. 1. ________ 4. _________ 7. __________ 10. __________ 2. ________ 5. _________ 8. __________ 3. ________ 6. _________ 9. __________ B. Answer the following problems. 1. _________________ 3. ______________ 5. _____________ 2. __________________ 4. ______________ What I Have Learned: A. Fill in the Blanks page 18 1. _________________ 3. ______________ 5. _____________ 2. __________________ 4. ______________
• 3. B. Calculate the following:. 6. _________________ 8. ______________ 10. _____________ 7. __________________ 9. ______________ C. Answer the following problems. (in each problem, repetition is allowed) 11. _________________ 13. ______________ 15. _____________ 12. __________________ 14. ______________ What I Can Do: Answer all questions: page 19 1. A box contains 15 balls in which seven are green and 8 are yellow. If five balls must be drawn from the box, in how many ways is this possible if: a. There is no restrictions? Answer: ____________________ b. Two are green and three are yellow? Answer: ____________________ Guided Assessment: (SKIP) Independent Assessment Directions: Evaluate the following. A. Evaluate the following. 1. ________ 4. _________ 7. __________ 10. __________ 2. ________ 5. _________ 8. __________ 3. ________ 6. _________ 9. __________ B. Answer the following problems considering that repetition is allowed in each situation. 11. _________________ 13. ______________ 15. _____________ 12. __________________ 14. ______________ Additional Activity (SKIP) Prepared by: RYDAN D. MINOR Teacher – III
• 4. Answer Sheet for Week 4 (Quarter 3) Name: ______________________________________ Score: ____________ Year and Sec: _______________________________ Date: _______________ What I Know Multiple choice: Directions: Choose the letter that you think best answers the question. 1. ______________ 6. ________________ 11. ________________ 2. ______________ 7. ________________ 12. ________________ 3. ______________ 8. ________________ 13. ________________ 4. ______________ 9. ________________ 14. ________________ 5. ______________ 10. _______________ 15. ________________ Activity 1: Put Some Order Here Directions: Study the tasks or activities below, and then answer the questions that follows: a._______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ b._______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ Activity 2: Combination Vs Permuation Directions: Study the following situations. Then, answer the questions that follow. a._______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ b._______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ Activity 3: Determine C and P! Directions: Study the following situations. Write C if the situation is Combination and P if the situation is permutation. Write your answer in a separate sheet. 1. ______________ 6. ________________ 11. ________________ 2. ______________ 7. ________________ 12. ________________ 3. ______________ 8. ________________ 13. ________________ 4. ______________ 9. ________________ 14. ________________ 5. ______________ 10. _______________ 15. ________________ Directions: Check (√) the column C if the situations/activities describe a Combination and column P for Permutation. Write your answer in a separate sheet. Situation/Activity C P 1. Spelling a word 2. Numbering in a particular order 3. Forming of numbers with the given digits 4. Ice cream scoops in a bowl 5. Picking multiple objects in one draw 6. Handshaking with other 7. 3 people on the same team 8. Sequencing of draws 9. Winning a contest
• 5. 10. Entering the PIN (Personal Identification Number) of your ATM card. 11. In how many ways can a group elect as President, Vice President and Treasurer if they have 12 members 12. How many 4-digit numbers are possible if no digits are repeated 13. How many codes can be formed in a lock requiring 4 unique digits chosen from 6 to 9 14. How can we arrange 10 students in a line to go snack today? 15. You order a sandwich at a restaurant. You can choose 2 side dishes from a list of 8. How many combinations of side dishes are possible? What I Have Learned Directions: Fill in the blank with the correct word/ phrase to complete the statements below. Permutation refers to the different ways of arranging a set of objects in a ________________________. Combination refers to several ways of choosing items from a large set of objects, such that their order ____________________________. Activity 5: Underline the Clue! Directions: Write P if the underlined situations is permutation and C if the situation is combination. Write your answer in a separate sheet. 1. ______________ 6. ________________ 11. ________________ 2. ______________ 7. ________________ 12. ________________ 3. ______________ 8. ________________ 13. ________________ 4. ______________ 9. ________________ 14. ________________ 5. ______________ 10. _______________ 15. ________________ What I Can Do Directions: Read carefully the situations. Write P if the situations is Permutation and C if the situations is Combination. 1. ______________ 6. ________________ 11. ________________ 2. ______________ 7. ________________ 12. ________________ 3. ______________ 8. ________________ 13. ________________ 4. ______________ 9. ________________ 14. ________________ 5. ______________ 10. _______________ 15. ________________ Answer weekly assessment week 4 quarter 3 (please see the next page o mangyaring tingnan ang susunod na pahina). Additional Activities (SKIP) Prepared by: RYDAN D. MINOR Teacher – III