# 11.03 Types of events

Lesson

## Are you ready?

What outcomes can happen when you roll a die? Can you make a list? Which outcomes are odd? Which outcomes are even?

A six-sided die is rolled.

1. List all the possible outcomes from rolling the die:

$\editable{}$, $2$2, $\editable{}$, $\editable{}$, $5$5, $6$6

2. What is the chance that a $6$6 is rolled?

Likely

A

Unlikely

B

Likely

A

Unlikely

B

## Learn

Sometimes there are events that can have an impact on others. This video shows us what this means.

### Apply

##### Question 1

If the following spinner is spun and lands on    twice in a row, will this affect the chance of the spinner landing on    on the third spin?

1. Yes

A

No

B

Yes

A

No

B

## Learn

Some types of experiments mean that only one outcome can happen in each trial.  This video shows us what this means.

### Apply

##### Question 2

A coin is tossed.

Is it possible for the following two outcomes to happen at the same time?

1) The coin lands on heads

2) The coin lands on tails

1. No

A

Yes

B

No

A

Yes

B

## Learn

Sometimes in an experiment, there are multiple things that could happen as an outcome.  For example, if you roll a die then you could get a $3$3, and an odd number at the same time.  This video shows us more about this.

### Apply

##### Question 3

A dog is randomly selected from the group of dogs shown.

Which of the following outcomes could happen at the same time?

1. Selecting a dog that is running

A

Selecting a dog with something in its mouth

B

Selecting a dog with its tongue out

C

Selecting a dog with spots

D

Selecting a dog that is running

A

Selecting a dog with something in its mouth

B

Selecting a dog with its tongue out

C

Selecting a dog with spots

D

Remember!

Sometimes, the result of an experiment can have an outcome on the next result. Other times, it doesn't matter what the outcome is, it doesn't have any impact on other results.

### Outcomes

#### VCMSP176

Identify everyday events where one cannot happen if the other happens

#### VCMSP177

Identify events where the chance of one will not be affected by the occurrence of the other