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2 Click to begin.

3 Problem Sol v ing CombinationsChances Certain or Impossible Predict the Outcome Outcomes

4 Tabitha is arranging stuffed animals on a shelf. She has a lion, a wolf, and a seal. How many ways can Tabitha arrange her stuff animals?

5 How many ways can Carleia, Devon, Logan, and Ashley stand in line?

6 Kaitlin has a blanket with blue, orange, green, and purple stripes. How many ways can she arrange them?

7 Alisha has homework in Math, Science, and Reading. List all the different orders she could complete her homework.

8 Mr. Hardy has to stop at the grocery store, gas station, dry cleaners, and the book store. How many ways can he arrange these stops?

9 Josh wants frozen yogurt. He can choose chocolate, vanilla, or blueberry. He can order a cup or cone. Make a tree diagram telling all the combinations.

10 Write a multiplication sentence to match the tree diagram. Shoes Colors Nikes New Balance Red Blue White

11 The deli makes sandwiches with corned beef, pastrami, roast beef, ham, or turkey. It offers American or Swiss Cheese. How many types of sandwiches can the deli make with one meat and one cheese?

12 Ciera is trying to decide on the different outfits she could wear. She has jeans and khakis. She has a sweater, a shirt, or a vest. If she chooses one of each, how many different outfits could she create?

13 The bagel shop has plain, onion, or sesame bagels. The have plain cream cheese, honey, or garlic cheese to put on the bagels. If one topping is used on the bagels, how many different combinations are possible?

14 List the possible outcomes possible if you were using a spinner with five equal parts of which two parts were yellow, two parts were green, and one part was purple.

15 A bag is filled with coins. There are 4 quarters, 5 dimes, 10 nickels, and 20 pennies. What are the possible outcomes of pulling a coin from the bag?

16 What are the possible outcomes tossing a cube labeled K – T?

17 What are the possible outcomes of rolling a dice numbered 1-6?

18 Name the possible outcomes and tell which one is most likely to occur.

19 What is your chance of spinning the color red?

20 A bag contains 4 blue marbles, 3 red marbles, and 2 green marbles. What are your chances of pulling a blue marble?

21 A pocket contains 5 pennies, 6 nickels, and 4 quarters. What are your chances of pulling a nickel?

22 A spinner contains 4 green spaces, 1 red space, 2 blue spaces, and 1 yellow space. What are your chances of spinning a yellow?

23 The chance that an event will happen is the _____ of that event.

24 Is it certain or impossible that Christmas will be on December 25 th.

25 Is it certain or impossible ? A box contains 100 quarters. You choose a coin from the box. You pull a nickel.

26 Kaitlin rolled two cubes, each numbered 1 through 6. If she adds the numbers, is it certain or impossible that she will get a sum less than 2?

27 Certain or Impossible? Devin rolls a two cubes numbered 1 – 6. If he adds the two numbers, is it certain or impossible he will get a sum greater than 12?

28 Tell the meaning of the following words: certain means... impossible means...

29 ColorsTallies Red l l l l Bluel l l Greenl Yellowl l Which color is most likely to be selected next?

30 These tallies show the pulls from a bag of color tiles. Predict which color is least likely to be pulled and tell why. ColorsTallies redl l l l green l l l l l l l yellow l l l l

31 These tallies show the results of tossing a coin. Predict whether the coin will land on heads or tails on the next toss. Headsl l l Tailsl l l

32 How can you use line plots and graphs to make predictions?

33 What would you do to make a prediction from a tally table?

34 Click here for Final Jeopardy Click here for Final Jeopardy question.

35 Make your wager

36 How many ways can the letters X, Y, and Z be arranged?

37 When this song runs out, you have to give an answer…


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