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Grade 6 - Mathematics 11.2 Probability - The Study of Chance

Q 1: What is the probability that you would pull a J, Q, or K from a deck of cards? (remember there are four of each card and there are 52 cards in a deck) 3/13 3/52 3/26

Q 2: What is the probability that you will draw an odd number from a deck of cards numbered 1 through 15? 7/15 8/15 15/15

Q 3: Which of the following is an example of experimental probability? spinning a spinner pulling a marble from a jar rolling a number die all of the other choices

Q 4: Which of the following events does not have a unique answer? (Hint: the answer depends on the letter or number chosen). picking a letter from the alphabet rolling a number 1 picking a letter from the word MATHEMATICS

Q 5: Which of the following is an example of an outcome? pulling a red marble from a jar all of the other choices rolling a number die spinning a spinner

Q 6: What is the probability that you will pick a consonant from the alphabet? (Hint: Consonant are all the letters except a, e, i, o, u) 5/26 10/26 21/26

Q 7: What is the probability that you will draw an even number from a deck of cards numbered 1 through 15? 8/15 15/15 7/15

Q 8: A spinner has four equal parts of yellow, green, blue and red. What is the probability of spinning a red, yellow, green or blue (in percentage)? 75% 50% 100% 25%

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