# Probability Theoretical Probability Experimental Probability Sample Space and Counting Principle Independent and Dependent Events Permutations and Combinations

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ProbabilityTheoretical ProbabilityExperimental ProbabilitySample Space and Counting PrincipleIndependent and Dependent EventsPermutations and Combinations20020020020020040040040040040060060060060060080080080080080010001000100010001000Bonus Question: 5000 ptsTopic 3: 200Question:List the sample space for selecting a month of the year at random.AnswerJan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, DecBackTopic 4: 200Question:You have a bag of Skittles with 4 green, 3 orange, 1 red, and 2 yellow. You pick two with replacement. Find P(green, then yellow)Answer4/10 x 2/10= 8/100= 2/25BackTopic 5: 200Question:Find 7!Answer5040BackTopic 1: 400Question:You have a set of cards numbered 1-12. Find the probability of selecting a prime number.Answer5/12(2, 3, 5, 7, 11 are prime)BackTopic 2: 400Question:Use the line plot to answer the question.

Topic 3: 400Question:Show the sample space for spinning the spinner and rolling a number cube.

AnswerB1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, G1, G2, G3, G4, G5, G6, Y1, Y2, Y3, Y4, Y5, Y6, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6Back

Topic 4: 400Question:You have a bag of Skittles with 4 green, 3 orange, 1 red, and 2 yellow. You pick two with replacement. Find P(not red, red)Answer9/10 x 1/10BackTopic 5: 400Question:Find 6P4Answer6 x 5 x 4 x 3 = 360BackTopic 1: 600Question:You have a set of cards numbered 1-12. Find the probability of selecting a multiple of 3 or multiple of 4.Answer6/12 = 1/2(3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12)BackTopic 2: 600Question:Use the line plot to answer the question.

Topic 3: 600Question:How many different gelatis can you order from Ritas if there are 8 water ice flavors, 2 custard flavors, and 3 size choices?Answer48BackTopic 4: 600Question:You have a bag of Skittles with 4 green, 3 orange, 1 red, and 2 yellow. You pick two without replacement. Find P(yellow, orange)Answer2/10 x 3/9= 6/90=1/15BackDaily DoubleThe Winner Of The Last RoundWrite Down How Much MoneyYou Are Willing To RiskIf You get the Question write you win that moneyIf you get it wrong you Loss the money!Topic 1: 800Question:You have a set of cards numbered 1-12. Find the probability of selecting a multiple of 3 and 4.Answer1/12BackTopic 2: 800Question:Use the line plot to answer the question.

Based on this data, how many kids would you expect to have birthdays on Tuesday if you sampled 100 kids?Answer20 kidsBack

Daily DoubleThe Winner Of The Last RoundWrite Down How Much MoneyYou Are Willing To RiskIf You get the Question write you win that moneyIf you get it wrong you Loss the money!

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