
Ice Cream Party Homework for April 1922 Due: April 23^{rd } ^{(to be eligible for the party!)} Name: As you know, I am planning a spring ice cream party. It will be a build your own sundae party. In order to attend, you must neatly and accurately complete the following activity packet.

Turkey Hill Ice Cream 
Giant Ice Cream 
2 gallons for $5.00 
3 gallons for $8.00 
Use the table above to answer the following questions.  
Which ice cream should I buy and why? 
What will the ice cream for the party cost? Show your work below. 
Explain how you could find the amount of money it will cost to buy ice cream for one person. Be specific (examples, labels, written explanation). 
Ice Creams: Chocolate Peanut Cup, Chocolate Marshmallow, Neapolitan, French Vanilla, Cherry Vanilla Fudge 
Sauces: hot fudge, caramel, strawberry 
Toppings: nuts, whipped cream, sprinkles, chocolate chips 
A friend suggested that the sundae be a real surprise. Each student would spin a spinner to select their ice cream, sauce, and topping.
Draw a spinner to show the choices for ice cream. 
What’s the probability of landing on French Vanilla? How do you know? Explain how you found your answer (use words like certain, likely, unlikely, etc.). 
How many outcomes are possible when rolling? _________  
What are the possible outcomes when rolling? ______________________  
What is the probability a boy will roll a number divisible by 2? ________  
What is the probability a girl will roll a number divisible by 3? ________ 
Is this new way of choosing a sundae fair or unfair? Explain your answer. 
How could you still use the die and change the process so that it is fair? Be specific. 
3. What would your choice of the three items be for your sundae?
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