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A set of 15 cards is numbered 1, 2, 3, …, 15. Suppose you choose one card at random without looking. What is the probability of choosing an oddnumbered card? 


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2. 
If you roll a number cube, what is the theoretical probability of rolling a 6? 


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3. 
From left to right on the number line, order the events based on how likely they are to occur. a. The event is certain to happen. b. The event is just as likely to happen as not to happen. c. The event has no chance of happening. d. The event could happen but is unlikely. e. The event is likely to happen. 





A. 
c, d, b, e, a 
B. 
d, c, b, e, a 


C. 
d, c, b, a, e 
D. 
a, e, b, d, c 


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4. 
A penny is flipped 50 times. The chart below shoes the outcomes of the experiment. What is the experimental probability of the penny turning up tails? 





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5. 
A number cube with sides 1–6 is rolled 20 times. The chart below shows the outcomes of the experiment. What is the experimental probability of rolling a 5. 





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