# SOL Grade 7 | Standards of Learning

The Standards of Learning (SOL) for grade 7 provides interesting sources for learning mathematical content and key concepts that help students in planning standards-focused learning. The course provides definitions, explanations, examples, and information regarding all the concepts within grade 7. We at Talent academy provide the students with a road map to follow to excel in the SOL tests.

Here are a few examples of course problems with their solutions.

Question Which of these best describes dependent events?
A) Randomly selecting a cube from a bag of 2 red cubes and 2 green cubes that are all the same size, not replacing it, then randomly selecting another cube.
B) Randomly selecting a cube from a bag of 3 red cubes and 2 green cubes that are all the same size, replacing it, then randomly selecting another cube.
C) Spinning the arrows of two spinners each with 2 equal selection one time
D) Spinning the arrow of a spinner with 3 equal section two times

Problem Lee rolls a fair number cube labeled 1 through 6 two times. on both rolls, the number 6 lands face-up. in this situation, the second roll is ---
A) dependent on the first roll, because the outcome of the first roll affects the outcome of the second roll
B) dependent on the first roll, because the outcome of the first roll does not affect the outcome of the second roll
C) independent of the first roll, because the outcome of the first roll affect the outcome of the second roll
D) independent of the first roll, because the outcome of the first roll does not outcome of the second roll
Solution D

Query Hector has 15 shirts in his drawer that are all the same size and shape. • 6 shirts are white • 4 shirts are blue • 3 shirts are red • 2 shirts are green Hector randomly selects two shirts without replacement. the outcome of the second shirts is--
A) Depended on the outcome of the first shirt, because not replacing the first shirt affects the outcome of the second shirt
B) dependent on the outcome of the first shirt, because not replacing the first shirt does not affect the outcome of the second shirt
C) Independent of the outcome of the first shirt, because not replacing the first shirt affects the outcome of the second shirt
D) Independent of the outcome of the first shirt, because not replacing the first shirt does not affect the outcome of the second shirt.
Response A

Students if follow the instructions and spend sometime for revision then definitely the students will perform extremely well in the curriculum. The curriculum is structured in such a way that's students learn, work and then test their understanding on weekly basis. Its a continuous flow, if any student misses any class then they can catch on the concepts later or have briefing of the same during the review sessiosn.