1. What is the probability that when a coin is tossed it will land heads up? A. B. 1 C. 0 D. Hint 2. A mother feeds her baby jarred baby food. For dinner, she likes to give the baby a meat, a vegetable, and a fruit. The types of meats, vegetables, and fruits that she has in her pantry are listed in the table below. What is the probability that her baby's meal will include turkey and bananas? A. B. C. D. Hint 3. What is the probability of rolling a number greater than 6 on a number cube? A. B. 1 C. 0 D. Hint 4. A bag contains 10 red marbles, 5 gray marbles, 12 black marbles, and 8 white marbles. Two marbles are randomly drawn from the bag without replacement. What is the probability of drawing a black marble followed by a red marble? A. B. C. D. Hint 5. The table shows the results of rolling a number cube over three separate experiments. What is the experimental probability of rolling a two for all three experiments? A. B. C. D. Hint 6. The table shows the results of rolling a number cube over three separate experiments. What is the experimental probability of rolling a number that is greater then or equal to five? A. B. C. D. Hint 7. The set of all possible outcomes of a probability experiment is called a ______?_________. A. sample space B. experimental probability C. odds D. simulation Hint 8. How many possible outcomes are there when choosing white, wheat or rye bread and turkey or ham? A. 9 B. 6 C. 12 D. 5 Hint 9. A student has 4 pants, 5 shirts and 3 pairs of shoes to choose from. How many different outfits can be selected? A. 60 B. 12 C. 23 D. 30 Hint 10. A bag of marbles has 4 blue marbles, 1 red marble, 5 green marbles and 6 orange marbles. One marble is taken from the bag. It is not replaced. Then another marble is taken from the bag. What is the probability that the first marble is blue and the second marble is orange? A. B. C. D. Hint 11. Polltakers asked 1000 of the 600,000 registered voters about their preferences in the upcoming election. The results are shown in the chart. How many voters can be expected to vote for Jones? A. 180,000 B. 300 C. 18,000 D. 300,000 Hint 12. Polltakers asked 1000 of the 600,000 registered voters about their preferences in the upcoming election. The results are shown in the chart. How many voters can be expected to vote for Smith or Jones? A. 390,000 B. 39,000 C. 650,000 D. 650 Hint 13. A chess club is thinking of selling magazines as a fundraiser. The company states the probability of making \$6,000 is 0.67 and the probability of losing \$2500 is 0.27. The company claims that on average any club makes over \$5000. Is this claim accurate? Why or why not? A. no; The expected value was over \$5000. B. yes; The expected value was over \$5000 C. yes; The expected value is under \$5000. D. no; The expected value is under \$5000. Hint 14. A school is thinking of selling candy bars as a fundraiser. The company states the probability of making \$20,000 is 0.7 and the probability of losing \$6500 is 0.37. The company claims that on average any club makes over \$10,000. Is this claim accurate? Why or why not? A. yes; The expected value was over \$10,000 B. no; The expected value was over \$10,000 C. no; The expected value is under \$10,000 D. yes; The expected value is under \$10,000. Hint