Group Activity Cards
Statistics
and Probability
Use groups of 2.

Flavorful Probabilities 
A random number table contains the digits 0 through 9 in random order. In the random number table below, the digits are arranged in groups of three.
Work together to solve the following problem.
A company makes Fruiterrific fruit snacks in the following flavors: cherry, grape, orange, lemon, line, pineapple, banana, strawberry, watermelon, and peach. For the company's trialsize packages three fruit snacks are selected at random. What is the probability that a trialsize package will contain at least two of the same flavor?
You could use cards and items that represent each flavor to find the experimental probability. However, using the random number table would be much easier. If you assign a different digit from 0 through 9 to each flavor, the groups of three numbers in the table are like packages of three snacks. Use the random number table to find the experimental probability of getting a package that contains at least two of the same flavor.
Random number table: 
121
313
772
673
083
426
812 
596
684
301
535
795
511
622 
614
660
569
754
906
871
755 
405
249
051
110
901
236
410 
091
141
995
886
722
019
758 
134
105
785
731
533
327
081 
464
135
475
019
384
034
824 
565
122
446
720
194
325
705 
