Name:    Lesson 10.3: Using a Formula to Calculate Probability

1.

Karoline spins the spinner and rolls the dice.  Determine the probability, P, of spinning red and landing on 4 together.
 a. b. c. 2 d. 2.

Using the spinner and die from question 1 determine the probability, P, of spinning blue and rolling an even number.
 a. b. 4 c. d. 3.

Using the spinner and die from question 1 determine the probability, P, of spinning yellow and rolling a number less than 3.
 a. b. 3 c. d. 4.

A marble is removed from Container 1. Then a marble is removed from Container 2.

Container 1         Container 2      Determine the probability, P, of the first marble being red and the second marble being black.
 a. b. 5 c. 7 d. 5.

Using the containers from question 4 determine the probability, P, of the first marble being blue and the second marble being red.
 a. 5 b. c. d. 6.

Using the containers from question 4 determine the probability, P, of both marbles being blue.
 a. b. 9 c. d. 7.

Garrett has 3 pairs of white socks, 5 pairs of black socks and 2 pairs of blue socks in his drawer. He also has 2 white T-shirts, 3 red T-shirts and 5 blue T-shirts. What is the probability that he selects a pair of black socks and a red T-shirt?
 a. b. c. 8 d. 8.

What is the probability that Garrett selects a pair of white socks and a blue T-shirt?
 a. b. 5 c. d. 9.

What is the probability that Garrett selecs a pair of blue socks and a blue T-shirt?
 a. b. c. d. 7

10.

What is the probability that Garrett selects a pair of white socks and white T-shirt?
 a. b. 5 c. d. 