Lesson Worksheet: Probability: Certain, Likely, Unlikely, Impossible Mathematics
In this worksheet, we will practice describing probability using words like “certain,” “likely,” “equally likely,” “even chance,” “unlikely,” and “impossible.”
If the spinner is spun once, is it certain, likely, unlikely, or impossible that the spinner lands on the number 6?
If this spinner is spun once, it is certain, likely, unlikely, or impossible that it stops on an even number?
A spinner is divided into 10 equal sectors numbered 1 through 10. If the spinner is spun, is it certain, likely, unlikely, or impossible that it lands on a number less than 4?
What is the probability of rolling a number which is greater than 6 on a fair die?
The histogram shows the areas of some countries. How likely is it that any given country will have an area greater than 200 square kilometers?
- CVery likely
- DVery unlikely
Which outcome is most likely when spinning the arrow on this spinner?
When this spinner is spun, which of the following describes the probability that the arrow lands on a sector that is NOT yellow?
- DEqually likely that it happens or does not happen
Natalie will randomly choose one of the following days of the week to clean her bedroom:
Fill in the blank: Choosing a day that starts with the letter S is equally likely as choosing a day that starts with the letter .