1. 
If the odds of winning a particular card game are 1:4, about how many times can you expect to win if you play the game one thousand, three hundred times?


2. 
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3. 
There is a certain book at the school library that has four hundred twenty pages. If the probability that you will open the book to any page at random and find a picture is 14%, how many pages in the book have pictures on them? Assume that the pictures are randomly distributed throughout the book.


4. 
A circle is randomly painted with small splotches of three different colors. Onefifth of the circle is red, half of the circle is blue and the rest is green. What is the probability that a randomly thrown dart (thrown by a blindfolded person who has never seen the board), that hits the board, will land on a green area?


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.


6. 
Katherine is rolling an unusual die that has different colors on each of its eight sides. What is the probability that she will roll either a red or a yellow on her first roll?

