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Certain Definitely will happen Impossible Will not happen Impossible Will not happen What is the probability of picking a red tile? Is it certain or impossible.

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Write more likely, less likely, or equally likely to tell how likely it would be to pick a red cube rather than a blue cube. More likely Good chance of happening Less likely Not a good chance of happening Equally likely Same chance of happening

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Write more likely, less likely, or equally likely to tell how likely it would be to pick a blue cube rather than a red cube. Certain Impossible More likely Less likelyEqually likely Write whether picking a green tile is certain or impossible.

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1 31 2 1 1 2 2 3 2 3 3 Each team will have 5 members. There are 12 members on the track team. Each member will pick a number to see what team they will be on. How likely is it that :

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1 31 2 1 1 2 2 3 2 3 3 Each team will have the same number of runners. There are 12 members on the track team. Each member will pick a number to see what team they will be on. How likely is it that :

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1 31 2 1 1 2 2 3 2 3 3 When it is Mary’s turn 3 1’s and a 2 are left in the bag. How likely is it that she will pull a 1? There are 12 members on the track team. Each member will pick a number to see what team they will be on. How likely is it that :

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1 31 2 1 1 2 2 3 2 3 3 Nobody pulls a 3. There are 12 members on the track team. Each member will pick a number to see what team they will be on. How likely is it that :

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1 31 2 1 1 2 2 3 2 3 3 Everyone pulls a 1, 2, or 3. There are 12 members on the track team. Each member will pick a number to see what team they will be on. How likely is it that :

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Look at this spinner. There are four possible outcomes of a spin. The spinner could land on red, green, yellow, or blue.

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Each colored square is the same size. So, the chance that each outcome will happen is the same. The chance of spinning red is 1 out of 4. The chance of spinning green is 1 out of 4. The chance of spinning blue is 1 out of 4. The chance of spinning yellow is 1 out of 4.

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Look at the spinner. What are the possible outcomes of a spin? Green, Red, Yellow What is the chance that each outcome will happen? (Probability) Red-1out of 4 Green-2 out of 4 Yellow-1 out of 4 Write is as a Fraction Red- 1/4 Green- 2/4 Yellow- 1/4

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Look at the spinner. What are the possible outcomes of a spin? What is the chance that each outcome will happen? You can write the probability of the spinner coming up green in two ways. As a sentence: The probability that the counter will come up green is 1 out of 4. As a fraction: 1 Number of chances 4 Total number of outcomes

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For each spinner, name all the possible outcomes of a spin.Then identify the chance of spinning each outcome. Possible outcomes Red, Blue Fraction Red, 2/3 Blue, 1/3

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For each spinner, name all the possible outcomes of a spin.Then identify the chance of spinning each outcome. Possible outcomes Green, Yellow Fraction Green 4/6 Yellow 2/6

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For each spinner, name all the possible outcomes of a spin.Then identify the chance of spinning each outcome. Possible Outcomes Red, Yellow, Blue, Green Fractions Red 1/6 Yellow 3/6 Blue 1/6 Green 1/6

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