

1.

There are two spinners. Each spinner is split into 6 equal sections.
On the first spinner each section is labelled with the numbers from 16. On the second spinner the
sections are labelled with one 1, two 2s and three 3s. In 36 spins, what is the theoretical probability of spinning two 2s?


2.

In 36 spins, what is the theoretical probability of spinning three 3s?


3.

In 36 spins, how many times are you likely to spin a sum of 6?


4.

In 36 spins, how many times are you likely to spin a sum of 7 or less?


5.

In 36 spins, how many times are you likely to spin a difference of 0?


6.

Jaela has 6 different shirts, 2 pairs of jeans, 2 pairs of pants and 3
coats. How many different outfits can she make wearing one shirt, one type of jean or pant, and
one coat?


7.

How many outfits can Jaela make wearing one shirt, one pair of jeans and one
coat?


8.

The cafeteria offers the following:
soups  chicken noodle, vegetable,
mushroom sandwiches  ham, tuna, turkey pop  cola, lime, orange
How many combinations
can Nate make if he selects one soup, one sandwich and one pop?


9.

How many combinations can Nate make if he picks one soup and one pop?


10.

How many combinations can Nate make if he selects one soup and one
sandwich?
