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EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILITY

EXPER-

IMENTAL

PROB.

SOLVING EXPERIMENTAL

PROBABILITY PROBLEMS.

FRACTIONS NEED TO BE IN

THEORETICAL PROBABILITY

THEOR-

ETICAL

PROB.

SOLVING THEORETICAL

PROBABILITY

WHAT DO YOU MEAN?

WHAT DO

YOU

MEAN?

VOCABULARY TERMS

DEPEND ON NO ONE

DEPEND

ON NO ONE

INDEPENDENT EVENTS

SO MANY CHOICES

SO MANY

CHOICES

DETERMINING TOTAL NUMBER

OF CHOICES

THIS AND THAT

THIS AND

THAT

AND PROBABILITY

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

FOR A PERSON SHOOTING 10

BASKETS AND MAKING 5, THIS

IS THE EXPERIMENTAL

PROBABILITY OF MAKING A

BASKET.

WHAT IS 50% OR 1/2?

WHEN FLIPPING A COIN, THIS IS

THE PROBABILITY OF GETTING

HEADS.

WHAT IS 1/2?

THIS TYPE OF PROBABILITY IS

BASED ON AN EXPERIMENT.

WHAT IS EXPERIMENTAL

PROBABILITY?

FOR A PERSON FLIPPING A COIN

AND GETTING 3 HEADS IN A

ROW, THIS IS THE PROBABILITY

OF GETTING HEADS ON HIS

NEXT FLIP.

WHAT IS 1/2?

WHEN FLIPPING 2 COINS, THIS IS

THE TOTAL NUMBER OF

COMBINATIONS.

WHAT IS 4?

THIS IS THE PROBABILITY OF

FLIPPING TWO COINS AND

GETTING TWO HEADS.

WHAT IS 1/4?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

FOR A PERSON FLIPPING A COIN

15 TIMES AND GETTING 8

HEADS, THIS IS THE

EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILITY

OF GETTING A HEADS.

WHAT IS 8/15?

WHEN ROLLING A NUMBER

CUBE, THIS IS THE

THEORETICAL PROBABILITY OF

GETTING A 3.

WHAT IS 1/6?

THIS WORD MEANS HOW

LIKELY SOMETHING IS TO

HAPPEN.

WHAT IS PROBABILITY?

FOR A PERSON HAVING

ROLLED A SIX FOUR OUT OF

SIX TIMES ON A NUMBER CUBE,

THIS IS THE PROBABILITY OF

ROLLING A SIX AGAIN.

WHAT IS 1/6?

WHEN ROLLING TWO DICE, THIS

IS THE TOTAL NUMBER OF

COMBINATIONS.

WHAT IS 36?

THIS IS THE PROBABILITY OF

ROLLING 2 DICE AND GETTING

TWO 6'S.

WHAT IS 1/36?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

FOR A DOG CATCHING 7

FRISBEES IN 12 ATTEMPTS, THIS

IS THE EXPERIMENTAL

PROBABILITY OF CATCHING A

FRISBEE.

WHAT IS 7/12?

WHEN DRAWING A CARD FROM

A 52 CARD DECK, THIS IS THE

PROBABILITY OF DRAWING A

HEART.

WHAT IS 1/4?

THIS TYPE OF PROBABILITY IS

FOUND BY DETERMINING HOW

MANY EQUALLY LIKELY

OUTCOMES THERE ARE.

WHAT IS THEORETICAL

PROBABILITY?

JIM, A 50% FREETHROW

SHOOTER, HAS MADE 5

FREETHROWS IN A ROW. WHAT

IS THE PROBABILITY THAT HE

MAKES HIS NEXT

FREETHROW?

WHAT IS 50%

WHEN FLIPPING A COIN AND

ROLLING A NUMBER CUBE, THIS

IS THE TOTAL NUMBER OF

COMBINATIONS.

WHAT IS 12?

THIS IS THE PROBABILITY OF

ROLLING 2 DICE AND GETTING 2

EVEN NUMBERS.

WHAT IS 1/4?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

FOR A PERSON TOSSING A

COIN 20 TIMES AND GETTING 12

HEADS, THIS IS THE

EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILITY

OF GETTING TAILS.

WHAT IS 2/5?

WHEN DRAWING A CARD FROM

A 52 CARD DECK, THIS IS THE

PROBABILITY OF DRAWING A

KING.

WHAT IS 1/13?

THIS DESCRIBES AN EVENT

NOT HAPPENING.

WHAT IS COMPLEMENT?

AFTER DRAWING A KING FROM

A DECK OF 52 CARDS AND

REPLACING IT, THIS IS THE

PROBABILITY OF DRAWING A

KING AGAIN.

WHAT IS 1/13?

WHEN SELECTING FROM 2

TYPES OF BREAD, 3 TYPES OF

MEAT, AND 4 TYPES OF

SAUCES, THIS IS THE TOTAL

NUMBER OF SANDWICHES

THAT CAN BE MADE.

WHAT IS 24?

THIS IS THE PROBABILITY THAT

A FLIP OF A COIN AND A ROLL

OF A NUMBER CUBE RESULTS

IN HEADS AND FIVE.

WHAT IS 1/12?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
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Response 5

FOR A COMPANY THAT HAS 10

BROKEN ITEMS OUT OF 200,

THIS IS THE EXPERIMENTAL

PROBABILITY OF AN ITEM

WORKING.

WHAT IS 19/20 OR

95%?

WHEN ROLLING A NUMBER

CUBE, THIS IS THE

PROBABILITY OF ROLLING A

NUMBER LESS THAN 7.

WHAT IS 100% OR 1?

THIS IS A LIST OF ALL

POSSIBLE OUTCOMES.

WHAT IS SAMPLE

SPACE?

AFTER HAVING 3 BOYS AND 2

GIRLS, THIS IS THE

PROBABILITY THAT THE JONES'

NEXT CHILD WILL BE A BOY.

WHAT IS 1/2?

WHEN SELECTING FROM 10

PEOPLE, THIS IS THE TOTAL

AMOUNT OF DIFFERENT WAYS

TO SELECT PRESIDENT,

VICE-PRESIDENT, AND

SECRETARY OF A CLUB.

WHAT IS 720?

WHEN FLIPPING A COIN AND

ROLLING A NUMBER CUBE, THIS

IS THE PROBABILITY OF TAILS,

MORE THAN 4.

WHAT IS 1/6?

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COUNTING PRINCIPLE  

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WITH THE FIRST 3 SPACESBEING NUMBERS AND THE LAST3 SPACES BEING LETTERS, THISIS THE NUMBER OF DIFFERENTLICENSE PLATES THAT CAN BEMADE.

 Response:   

WHAT IS 17,576,000?

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Response 5

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COUNTING PRINCIPLE  

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WITH THE FIRST 3 SPACESBEING NUMBERS AND THE LAST3 SPACES BEING LETTERS, THISIS THE NUMBER OF DIFFERENTLICENSE PLATES THAT CAN BEMADE.

 Response:   

WHAT IS 17,576,000?

JEOPARDY! is a registered trademark of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. © 2010 Jeopardy Productions, Inc. All Rights reserved. Classroom Jeopardy! © Educational Insights