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What is the probability of choosing a yellow flower if there are 6 yellow flowers?
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What is the probability of choosing a yellow flower if there are 6 yellow flowers?
6/6 or 1
What is the probability of choosing a green marble if I have 4 red, 2 green, and 1 blue?
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What is the probability of choosing a green marble if I have 4 red, 2 green, and 1 blue?
2/7
What is the probability of choosing a white sock when a drawer has 3 yellow, 4 white and 1 black sock?
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What is the probability of choosing a white sock when a drawer has 3 yellow, 4 white and 1 black sock?
1/2
What is the probability of rolling a 5 on a six sided number cube?
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What is the probability of rolling a 5 on a six sided number cube?
1/6
What is the probability of rolling an even number on a six sided number cube?
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What is the probability of rolling an even number on a six sided number cube?
1/2
What is the probability of rolling a 6 and then rolling a 2 on a six sided number cube?
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What is the probability of rolling a 6 and then rolling a 2 on a six sided number cube?
1/6 x 1/6 = 1/36
A bowl holds 10 jelly beans. 5 are red and 5 are purple. What is the probability of choosing a purple, putting it back and then choosing a red?
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A bowl holds 10 jelly beans. 5 are red and 5 are purple. What is the probability of choosing a purple, putting it back and then choosing a red?
5/10 x 5/10 = 25/100 = 1/4
What is the probability of spinning a green on a three sectioned spinner with red, blue, and green sections, and then spinning a blue?
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What is the probability of spinning a green on a three sectioned spinner with red, blue, and green sections, and then spinning a blue?
1/3 x 1/3 =1/9
What is the probability of flipping a coin and landing on heads, and rolling a six sided number cube and rolling a 1?
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What is the probability of flipping a coin and landing on heads, and rolling a six sided number cube and rolling a 1?
1/2 x 1/6 = 1/12
What is the probability of picking a blue crayon from a box of 12 different colors, putting it back and next choosing a yellow?
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What is the probability of picking a blue crayon from a box of 12 different colors, putting it back and next choosing a yellow?
1/12 x 1/12 = 1/144
What is the probability of choosing strawberry ice cream when offered chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry, eating your first choice, and then choosing chocolate?
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What is the probability of choosing strawberry ice cream when offered chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry, eating your first choice, and then choosing chocolate?
1/3 x 1/2 = 1/6
What is the probability of choosing a white sock from a drawer of socks that contain 6 white socks and 4 blue socks, putting it on your foot and then choosing another white sock?
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What is the probability of choosing a white sock from a drawer of socks that contain 6 white socks and 4 blue socks, putting it on your foot and then choosing another white sock?
6/10 x 5/9 = 30/90= 1/3
What is the probability of choosing a sharpened pencil out of a pack of 4 sharpened and 2 unsharpened pencils , and then choosing an unsharpened pencil?
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What is the probability of choosing a sharpened pencil out of a pack of 4 sharpened and 2 unsharpened pencils , and then choosing an unsharpened pencil?
4/6 x 2/5 = 8/30 = 4/15
There are 5 cookies, 2 candy bars, and 3 bags of chips in the pantry. What is the probability you choose a candy bar, eat it up, and then choose a cookie?
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There are 5 cookies, 2 candy bars, and 3 bags of chips in the pantry. What is the probability you choose a candy bar, eat it up, and then choose a cookie?
2/10 x 5/9 = 10/90 = 1/9
What is the probability of choosing an even numbered card from ten cards numbered one through ten, throwing it away, and choosing an odd numbered card next?
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What is the probability of choosing an even numbered card from ten cards numbered one through ten, throwing it away, and choosing an odd numbered card next?
5/10 x 5/9= 25/90 = 5/18
Take a cookie, eat it, and take another.
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Take a cookie, eat it, and take another.
Dependent
Grab a sock, put it on, grab another.
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Grab a sock, put it on, grab another.
Dependent
Roll a dice and spin a spinner.
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Roll a dice and spin a spinner.
Independent
Choose a card from a deck and then choose another after replacing the first card.
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Choose a card from a deck and then choose another after replacing the first card.
Independent
Grab a crayon, break it and throw it away, and then grab another crayon.
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Grab a crayon, break it and throw it away, and then grab another crayon.
Dependent
Eating a jelly bean and then eating another jelly bean from a bag creates a dependent event.
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Eating a jelly bean and then eating another jelly bean from a bag creates a dependent event.
True
Spinning a spinner and rolling a dice creates an independent event.
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Spinning a spinner and rolling a dice creates an independent event.
True
Flipping a coin and spinning a spinner creates a dependent event
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Flipping a coin and spinning a spinner creates a dependent event
False
Eating an ice cream sandwich from a new box, and then eating another is an independent event.
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Eating an ice cream sandwich from a new box, and then eating another is an independent event.
False
Grabbing a pair of jeans, putting them back and grabbing another is an independent event.
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Grabbing a pair of jeans, putting them back and grabbing another is an independent event.
True

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