Name:    Lesson 3: Conducting Experiments with a Die

1.

A die is rolled 50 times. What is the probability of rolling a 12 times?
 a. certain b. impossible c. unlikely d. possible

2.

A die is rolled 20 times. What is the probability of rolling a only 1 time?
 a. certain b. unlikely c. impossible d. likely

3.

A die is rolled 100 times. What is the probability of rolling a 0 times?
 a. impossible b. likely c. certain d. unlikely

4.

A die is rolled 50 times. The outcomes are shown in the table.

 Outcome      Result //// /// //// //// / //// //// //// / //// // //// ////

Select the outcome that is more likely to occur.
 a. 4 b. 5 c. 2 d. 1

5.

Use the results from question 4 to select the outcome that is less likely to occur.
 a. 4 b. 2 c. 6 d. 1

6.

A die is rolled 200 times. Use the results from question 4 to select the more reasonable prediction.
 a. you will roll a 10 times c. you will roll a 1 time b. you will roll a 30 times d. you will roll a 6 times

7.

A die is rolled 500 times. Use the results from question 4 to select the more reasonable prediction.
 a. you will roll a 3 times c. you will roll a 112 times b. you will roll a 0 times d. you will roll a 10 times

8.

In an experiment a die is rolled 50 times. A is rolled 18 times. In another experiment the die is rolled 250 times. About how many times would you predict to roll a ? Select the more reasonable prediction.
 a. 28 b. 8 c. 180 d. 90

9.

In an experiment a die is rolled 50 times. A is rolled 12 times. In another experiment the die is rolled 250 times. About how many times would you predict to roll a ? Select the more reasonable prediction.
 a. 60 b. 6 c. 200 d. 0

10.

In an experiment a die is rolled 100 times. A is rolled 22 times. In another experiment the die is rolled 500 times. About how many times would you predict to roll a ? Select the more reasonable prediction.
 a. 11 b. 110 c. 55 d. 330