Name:    Lesson 4: Comparing Probabilities

1.

Use this spinner to answer the following questions.

Which colour is more likely to be spun using this spinner?
 a. yellow b. green c. red d. blue

2.

Which colour is less likely to be spun?
 a. red b. yellow c. blue d. green

3.

Which two colours are equally likely to be spun?
 a. blue and green c. yellow and blue b. red and yellow d. blue and red

4.

Which colour is less likely to be spun using the spinner below?
 a. green b. purple c. blue d. red

5.

Which two colours are equally likely to be spun?
 a. green and yellow c. purple and red b. blue and yellow d. green and red

6.

Which colour is more likely to be spun?
 a. purple b. yellow c. red d. green

7.

Use the spinner below to answer the following questions.

Which two colours are equally likely to be spun?
 a. green and blue c. yellow and red b. blue and purple d. red and green

8.

Select the more likely statement.
 a. spinning a purple less often then blue b. spinning a yellow more often than spinning a red c. spinning a blue more often than yellow d. spinning a red more often than blue

9.

Select the least likely statement.
 a. spinning a red more often than a green b. spinning a blue less often than a yellow c. spinning a purple more often than a green d. spinning a green more often than a blue

10.

Select the statement that is impossible.
 a. never spinning a purple b. spinning a blue 25 times out of 100 spins c. spinning a purple half of the time d. spinning a yellow 2 times out of 100 spins