    #### A *silly* dice game

Tilda and Stephen compete in a dice game. Whoever roles the most "6" wins. The results after ten minutes of rolling the dice is displayed as title image. Decide which justifications could be used in order to determine the winner. Select $\textbf{all}$ game results below that could be argued to be true, if the winning condition could be interpreted broadly. For yourself, think also of the corresponding explanation.

# Absolute & relative frequency

Reasoning
7    #### Looking into a classroom

The 24 students in a class conducted a survey on the number of siblings every student has. On average, a student in this class has about 1,54 siblings. The number of students with 1 and two siblings is equal. Exactly 6 Students in the class have more than 2 siblings. The diagram in the title image displays their collected data. Fill in the blanks below to yield more true statements about the number of siblings in the class.

# Standard diagrams

Training
7      #### Multiplication

Choose the correct result for the following multiplication: $\frac{5}{7} \cdot \frac{8}{3}$

# Fractions

Training
6      #### Double fraction

Look at this double fraction $$\dfrac{\frac{6}{5}}{\frac{10}{12}}$$ Can we write this fraction in another way?

# Fractions

Reasoning
6      #### Subtraction

Which fraction should we add to $\dfrac{3}{8}$ to find the result $\dfrac{5}{9}$?

# Fractions

Training
6    #### Getting to know Average

Calculate the average of the following 4 numbers: 9 / 10 / 2 / 3.

# Mean & median

Learning
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