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Diane will spin this spinner. What is the probability Diane will spin a 3, then a 4? P(3,4,5)
4/9
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. What is the probability rolling a 5 or an even number on both rolls?
16/69
An art class has 8 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? P(seventh grader, eighth grader)
1/6
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. What is the probability of the first roll being odd, and the second roll being greater than 4? P(odd number, greater than 4)
1/8
James rolls a six sided number cube three times. What is the probability James will roll an even number the first roll, and roll a number greater than 3 the second roll, and an odd number on the third roll? P(even number, number > 3, odd number)
0
Karlyn rolls a number cube twice. What is the probability of rolling an odd number on the first roll, and a number greater than 6 on the second roll? P(odd number, number >6)
3/25
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?
1/36
Tyler spins each spinner below one time. What is the probability of Tyler's spins landing on a 15 and on orange?
2/3
Sue will roll a number cube, labeled 1 through 6, and toss a coin. What is the probability Sue will roll a 3 or more, and her coin will land on a heads or tails?
13/203
A jar contains 10 caramels, 7 mints, and 13 dark chocolates. What is the probability of selecting 2 dark chocolates and a caramel, if you eat each one after drawing it?
169/2700
A jar contains 10 caramels, 7 mints, and 13 dark chocolates. What is the probability of selecting 2 dark chocolates and a caramel, if you replace each after drawing it?
2/19
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 yellow and the other will be orange?
1/12
Diane will spin this spinner. What is the probability Diane will spin a number greater than 5 and then an odd number? P(greater than 5, odd number)
1/72
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. What is the probability rolling an even number and then an odd number? P(2, odd number,3)
1/4
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. What is the probability of both rolls being even numbers? P(even number, even number)
6/25
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? P(seventh grader, eighth grader)
14/95
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?
0
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? P(number < 1, odd number)
3/25
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?
13/87
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?
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