Probability and Outcomes. 16-1. I will describe probability. outcome probability. Lesson 1 MI/Vocab. Probability and Outcomes. 16-1. Standard 4SDAP2.2 Express outcomes of experimental probability situations verbally and numerically (e.g., 3 out of 4; ). Lesson 1 Standard 1.
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Jeremiah has 15 coins in his pocket. 10 are dimes and 5 are nickels. If he drops a coin on the ground, describe the probability that the coin is a penny.
There are 15 coins in Jeremiah’s pocket. Of those coins, none of them are pennies.
Answer: Since there are no pennies, it is impossible that Jeremiah dropped a penny.Lesson 1 Ex2
In a bucket of tennis balls, there are 10 yellow, 6 green, and 4 purple balls. Ms. Gorman reaches in without looking and chooses one. Use words and a fraction to describe the probability of choosing a purple tennis ball.
Four out of twenty tennis balls are purple.Lesson 2 Ex2
The Burke family is going camping for the weekend. There are four children in the Burke family, Devon, Nikki, Jade, and Terrell. They will sleep in two tents, with two children in each tent. How many different combinations are possible?Lesson 3 Ex1
Sari chose two flowers from the bucket of half pink, half red flowers without looking. Use the grid to find the probability she chose two pink flowers.
There are four possible color combinations: pink and pink, pink and red, red and pink, and red and red.Lesson 4 Ex1
Create a grid to show all possible outcomes of flipping a coin and rolling a number cube. Then use the grid to find the probability of getting heads and a number greater than 2.
Step 1 Write the possible outcomes for a coin on the side of the grid and the outcomes for a number cube on the top of the grid.Lesson 4 Ex2