Four 6th grade probability problems - OK to answer PER Moderator Please show work and answers just for problems 14, 15, 16, 17 on this worksheet, need to see in in easy 6th grade level terms. Thanks!
Number 14:
Simulation
Yes, this simulation would model this situation
No, this simulation would NOT model this situation
Put 40 blue blocks and 60 red blocks in a bag. Randomly draw out 20 blocks, one at a time and record the results.
Put 20 black blocks and 80 white blocks in a bag. Randomly draw out 50 blocks, one at a time and record the results.
Put 10 red beans and 50 white beans in a bag. Randomly draw out 30 beans, one at a time and record the results.
Decide that ‘heads’ stands for peanuts in M and M’s. Flip the coin 30 times and record the results.
Put 10 red beans and 40 white beans in a bag. Randomly draw out 40 beans, one at a time and record the results
Number 15:
a) Draw a sample space using a tree diagram to show all the possible outcomes.
b) What is the probability of having orange juice for breakfast?
a) Draw a sample space using an organized list to show all the possible outcomes.
a) What is the probability of the Bulls and Frogs playing each other in the first game?
a) Draw a sample space using a table to show all the possible outcomes.
b) What is the probability of getting chocolate ice cream?