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Probability
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Middle School Math

 

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Probability
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1.   If you flip a fair coin four times and it comes up heads each time, does this mean that for some reason the probability of getting heads is greater than the probability of getting tails on that particular day?

2.   On the planet Snibelimus, they have an interesting card game called Blionko. Blionko cards have no numbers or any other symbols on them. A set of Blionko cards includes four hundred forty cards, made up of equal numbers of red, blue, green, yellow, pink, silver, gold, brown, black, and white cards. The rules of Blionko are incomprehensible to humans. However, if a human got a hold of one of these decks and randomly pulled a card from it, what would be the probability of a red card being pulled? Assume the different colored cards are randomly distributed throughout the deck.

3.   If the odds of winning a particular card game are 1:2, about how many times can you expect to win if you play the game five hundred times?

4.   Savannah is rolling an unusual die that has different colors on each of its seven sides. What is the probability that she will roll either a red or a yellow on her first roll?

5.   What is the theoretical probability of randomly pulling a red card from standard deck of 52 playing cards? Assume that the red cards are randomly distributed throughout the deck.

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