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The list below shows Carmen's collection of state quarters.Carmen chooses two quarters from her collection. What is the probability of Carmen choosing an Alaska quarter first and then a Florida quarter?
5 - Alaska
4 - California
6 - Florida
8 - Minnesota
7 - Texas
Diane will spin this spinner. What is the probability Diane will spin a number greater than 5 and then an odd number?
Jennie is playing a game in which she rolls a six-sided number cube twice in a row. The cube is labeled with the numbers 1-6. If both rolls are an even number, Jennie gets 100 extra points. What is Jennie's probability of earning 100 extra points?
An art class has 9 seventh graders and 16 eighth graders. If 2 students are randomly asked to display their work, what is the probability that a seventh grader will be chosen first and an eighth grader will be chosen second?
James rolls a number cube, with sides labeled 1 through 6, two times. What is the probability James will roll an even number the first roll, and roll a number greater than 4 the second roll?
Karlyn rolls a number cube twice. What is the probability of rolling a number less than 1 on the first roll and an odd number on the second roll?
Jenny is getting dressed for school. She has 2 pairs of black pants, 1 pair of brown pants, and 2 pairs of blue pants in her closet. She also has 2 pink T-shirts and 3 blue T-shirts in her closet. Without looking, Jenny pulls out one pair of pants and one T-shirt from her closet. What is the probability that Jenny pulls out a pair of brown pants and a blue T-shirt?
Tyler spins each spinner below one time. What is the probability of Tyler's spins landing on an even number and on orange?
Sue will roll a number cube, labeled 1 through 6, and toss a coin. What is the probability Sue will roll an even number and her coin will land on a heads or tails?
What is the probability of randomly selecting a purple plant out of all the plant choices below?
A jar contains 10 caramels, 7 mints, and 13 dark chocolates. What is the probability of selecting and eating a dark chocolate and then a caramel?
A box contains 5 yellow marbles, 8 orange marbles and 7 green marbles. If you pick two without looking and without replacing the first marble, what is the probability that one will be orange and the other will be green?
Numbers 1 - 10 are written on cards and placed in a bag. Find the probability of choosing a number greater than 5 or choosing an odd number.
If one die is thrown, the chances of not rolling a one (1) are
If two die is thrown, the chances of not rolling a one (1) are
If one die is thrown, the chances of rolling a one (1) are
There are 20 marbles in a bag, 3 blue, 5 green, 4 red, 7 white and 1 black. Remember that all fraction answers should be given in the simplest form.What is the probability of drawing a green marble?
There are 20 marbles in a bag, 3 blue, 5 green, 4 red, 7 white and 1 black. Remember that all fraction answers should be given in the simplest form.What is the probability of drawing a blue or white marble?
What is the probability of picking a queen or an ace from a deck of cards?
What is the probability of not landing on an odd number, on a spinner with 5 equal sections marked 1 to 5
What is the probability of not picking a jack from a standard deck of 52 cards
An event made up of two or more simple events
If the outcome of one event does not affect the outcome of the other event, they are __________
If the outcome of one event does affect the outcome of the other event, they are __________
The ________________ of an event is the set of all outcomes that are not the event
mutually exclusive events
Events that cannot occur in the same trial of an experiment
multiplication counting principal
The way to find the number of possible outcomes in a compound event (multiply the options)
A sandwich truck has 3 types of bread, 4 types of meat, and 2 types of cheese. How many sandwich options can the truck sell using one type of bread, one type of meat, and one type of cheese?
In an 8th grade class election, there are 4 options for president, 4 options for secretary, and 2 options for treasurer. How many different ways can the class elect one president, one secretary, and one treasurer?
A restaurant has 4 salad options, 9 main course options, and 2 desert options. How many different meal selections could be made with one salad, one main course, and one dessert?
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