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Probability Practice

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Write one probability sentence about each bag. Use one of the following words or phrases in each sentence: Likely, but not certain Certain Impossible Likely, but not certain Unlikely, but not impossible Equally likely More likely Less likely PRACTICE 1 1 4 2 3

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Write one probability sentence about each bag. Use one of the following words or phrases in each sentence: Likely, but not certain Certain Impossible Likely, but not certain Unlikely, but not impossible Equally likely More likely Less likely A D C B PRACTICE 2

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6 Harvey’s dad is serving milk and cookies to the kids on the soccer team. Listed below are the types of cookies and milk. How many combinations of 1 type of cookie and 1 flavor of milk can be made? Make a list of those combinations. Fig Bars Vanilla Wafers Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Chocolate White Strawberry

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7 Mrs. Richardson is giving away books and bookmarks. How many combinations of 1 type of book and 1 style of bookmark can be made? Make a list of those combinations. Mystery Animals Fairy Tales Famous People Stars Hearts Stripes

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8 Students at Southeastern Elementary sign up for one sports activity and one music lesson How many combinations of 1 sport and 1 music lesson can be made? Make a list of those combinations. Tennis Rollerblading Violin Guitar Piano Music Lesson Sport

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9 At summer camp signed up for one indoor and one outdoor activity. Listed below are the types of things they could choose. How many combinations of 1 indoor and 1 outdoor activity can be made? Make a list of those combinations. Boating Hiking Crafts Games Movies

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10 Students in Mrs. Duke’s class are decorating frames for Halloween. They can choose 1 type of frame and 1 type of decoration. What are the combinations they can make with 1 type of frame and one decoration? Black Wooden Orange Ghosts Spiders Pumpkins

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On Wednesdays Mrs. Morin’s students choose one science center and one math center. How many combinations of 1 science center and 1 math center can the students choose? Make a list of those combinations. Weather Life Cycles Magnets Graphs Patterns Probability 11

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