 Theoretical Probability

Interactive practice questions

What is the likelihood of an event occurring if it has a probability of:

a

$\frac{1}{4}$14?

Certain

A

Likely

B

Even

C

Unlikely

D

Impossible

E

Certain

A

Likely

B

Even

C

Unlikely

D

Impossible

E
b

$0$0?

Likely

A

Impossible

B

Certain

C

Even

D

Unlikely

E

Likely

A

Impossible

B

Certain

C

Even

D

Unlikely

E
c

$\frac{1}{2}$12?

Likely

A

Certain

B

Even

C

Unlikely

D

Impossible

E

Likely

A

Certain

B

Even

C

Unlikely

D

Impossible

E
d

$0.93$0.93?

Impossible

A

Likely

B

Unlikely

C

Certain

D

Even

E

Impossible

A

Likely

B

Unlikely

C

Certain

D

Even

E
e

$1$1?

Impossible

A

Likely

B

Unlikely

C

Certain

D

Even

E

Impossible

A

Likely

B

Unlikely

C

Certain

D

Even

E
Easy
Less than a minute

A coin is flipped. Select all elements of the sample space:

A card is selected from a standard deck of $52$52 cards (no Jokers included). How many colour outcomes are there in the sample space?

A standard six-sided die is rolled.

Outcomes

S5-3

Compare and describe the variation between theoretical and experimental distributions in situations that involve elements of chance

S5-4

Calculate probabilities, using fractions, percentages, and ratios