16 Questions
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Questions and Answers

- 1.What is probability?
- A.
A way of counting objects in a space

- B.
A way of expressing knowledge or belief that an event will occur or has occurred

- C.
A way for people to predict if something will happen

- 2.The menu at a restaurant has 3 drinks, 4 appetizers, and 5 main courses. How many different meals are possible?
- A.
12

- B.
15

- C.
60

- 3.On a game show, the game that a contestant plays is chosen by spinning a spinner. The spinner has 5 colors on it: red, green, blue, purple, and orange. What is the
__complement__of spinning a red or orange on this spinner? (Remember: complement = NOT)- A.
Purple

- B.
Red, green, purple, orange, blue

- C.
Green, purple, blue

- 4.John has a bag of marbles. In the bag, there are 4 yellow marbles, 7 red marbles, and 3 green marbles. What is the probability that John will pull out a yellow marble?
- 5.When a die is rolled, what is the complement of getting an odd number?
- A.
Getting an even number

- B.
Getting an odd number

- C.
Getting a 4 or 5

- 6.There are 20 girls and 35 boys in the lunch room. What is the probability of choosing a boy to sit with?
- 7.There are 52 cards in a deck. What is the probability of choosing a jack?
- 8.There are 10 pencils, 3 pens, and 14 markers in a bin. What is the probability of choosing a pen
__and__a pencil?- A.
3/729

- B.
10/27

- C.
30/729

- D.
13/27

- 9.There are 52 cards in a deck. What is the probability of choosing a jack
__and__a king?- A.
16/2704

- B.
52/2704

- C.
4/52

- D.
8/52

- 10.There are 34 kittens, 12 dogs, and 15 birds at a pet store. What is the probability that a customer will purchase a dog?
- 11.A coin is tossed. What is the probability of getting heads?
- 12.A die is rolled. What is the complement of rolling a 5?
- A.
Rolling a 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5

- B.
Rolling a 1, 2, 3, or 4

- C.
Rolling a 5

- 13.There are 6 pink, 2 blue, and 8 green socks in a drawer. What is the
__probability of the complement__of picking a pink sock? (Remember: complement = NOT)- A.
6/16

- B.
2/16

- C.
10/16

- 14.Jason has a bag full of coins. There are 12 dimes, 21 pennies, 13 nickels, and 7 quarters in his bag. If he chooses a coin at random, what is the probability that he chooses either a quarter and a dime?
- A.
84/2809

- B.
12/53

- C.
19/2809

- D.
19/53

- 15.Sarah has 4 tomatoes, 3 potatoes, and 5 apples in her bag. What is the
__probability of the complement__of her eating a tomato? (Remember: complement = NOT)- A.
8/12

- B.
4/12

- C.
5/12

- 16.Katherine has 7 shirts, 3 pairs of pants, and 4 pairs of socks. How many different outfits can she make?
- A.
14

- B.
84

- C.
21