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Terms Basic Probability Counting Principle Combinations and Permutations Independent and Depnendent Events
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The measure of how likely an event is
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The measure of how likely an event is
Probability
C. Any outcome or a group of outcomes
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C. Any outcome or a group of outcomes
Event
An arrangement where order doesn't matter.
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An arrangement where order doesn't matter.
Combination
An event which the occurrence of one event affects the probability of the occurrence of the other.
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An event which the occurrence of one event affects the probability of the occurrence of the other.
Dependent Event
The chance of an event happening as determined by calculating results that would occur under ideal circumstances.
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The chance of an event happening as determined by calculating results that would occur under ideal circumstances.
Theoretical Probability
In a standard deck of cards (52 cards). Find P(green).
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In a standard deck of cards (52 cards). Find P(green).
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You roll a die. Find P(4 or 5).
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You roll a die. Find P(4 or 5).
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There is a box of 12 colored pencils, 5 blue, 4 red, and 3 green. Find P(blue).
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There is a box of 12 colored pencils, 5 blue, 4 red, and 3 green. Find P(blue).
5/12
You have a bag of 24 marbles. 8 are blue, 9 are red, 5 are green and 2 are yellow. Find P(Red or Yellow).
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You have a bag of 24 marbles. 8 are blue, 9 are red, 5 are green and 2 are yellow. Find P(Red or Yellow).
11/24
In a standard deck of cards (52 cards). Find P(King or Queen or 7 of hearts).
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In a standard deck of cards (52 cards). Find P(King or Queen or 7 of hearts).
9/52
Ben has 10 shirts and 5 pairs of pants. How many different outfits can Ben have?
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Ben has 10 shirts and 5 pairs of pants. How many different outfits can Ben have?
50
How many different combinations are possible from 8 pen colors and 12 different colored notepads?
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How many different combinations are possible from 8 pen colors and 12 different colored notepads?
96
How many different cars can you get from 5 models, 3 colors, and 4 different engines?
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How many different cars can you get from 5 models, 3 colors, and 4 different engines?
60
There is a school lunch special where you can pay $5 for a sandwich, a drink, and a snack. There are 5 different sandwiches, 4 different drinks, and 4 different snacks. How many different combinations of sandwich, drink, and snack can you have?
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There is a school lunch special where you can pay $5 for a sandwich, a drink, and a snack. There are 5 different sandwiches, 4 different drinks, and 4 different snacks. How many different combinations of sandwich, drink, and snack can you have?
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The hardware store sells both wood and metal screws in 3 different head widths and 3 different shank lengths. How many different screws are available?
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The hardware store sells both wood and metal screws in 3 different head widths and 3 different shank lengths. How many different screws are available?
18
A child asks a pet store owner for any 2 pet mice from a cage containing 15. How many different pairs of mice are possible?
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A child asks a pet store owner for any 2 pet mice from a cage containing 15. How many different pairs of mice are possible?
Combination
In how many different orders can you play 4 cds?
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In how many different orders can you play 4 cds?
24
You have six choices of sandwich fillings. How many different sandwiches could you make by choosing two of the six fillings?
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You have six choices of sandwich fillings. How many different sandwiches could you make by choosing two of the six fillings?
Combination
6 people walk into a fast food restaurant at the same time. How many different ways can the first 3 be served?
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6 people walk into a fast food restaurant at the same time. How many different ways can the first 3 be served?
120
In a class of 18, how many different ways can the class elect a president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary?
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In a class of 18, how many different ways can the class elect a president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary?
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You roll a die two times. Find P(even, then 1)
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You roll a die two times. Find P(even, then 1)
1/12
You spin a spinner with four even parts(blue, red, green, yellow) and draw a card. Find P(blue, then Ace).
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You spin a spinner with four even parts(blue, red, green, yellow) and draw a card. Find P(blue, then Ace).
1/52
You pick a marble from a bag containing 1 green marble, 4 red marbles, 2 yellow marbles, and 3 black marbles. You replace the first marble and then select a second one. Find P(yellow, then black).
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You pick a marble from a bag containing 1 green marble, 4 red marbles, 2 yellow marbles, and 3 black marbles. You replace the first marble and then select a second one. Find P(yellow, then black).
3/50
Seven girls and five boys volunteer to represent their class at a school assembly. The teacher selects one name and then another from a bag containing the twelve studentsí names. Find P(2 girls).
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Seven girls and five boys volunteer to represent their class at a school assembly. The teacher selects one name and then another from a bag containing the twelve studentsí names. Find P(2 girls).
7/22
A box contains 5 green marbles, 5 blue marbles, and 3 orange marbles. You draw one marble, do not replace it and then draw another marble. Find P(green, then blue).
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A box contains 5 green marbles, 5 blue marbles, and 3 orange marbles. You draw one marble, do not replace it and then draw another marble. Find P(green, then blue).
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