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Worksheet: Using Pictures to Find All the Possible Outcomes in a Problem Situation

Q1:

List all the possible outcomes when spinning this spinner.

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Q2:

In probability, what is an outcome defined as?

  • Aa repeatable process, or activity, which can result in different events occurring
  • Bthe set of all possible things that can happen as a result of an activity or experiment
  • Ca possible result of an activity or experiment

Q3:

In an experiment, this spinner is spun. List all the possible outcomes.

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Q4:

In an experiment, this spinner is spun. List all the possible outcomes.

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Q5:

In an experiment, this spinner is spun. List all the possible outcomes.

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Q6:

In an experiment, this spinner is spun. List all the possible outcomes.

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Q7:

If the shown spinner was spun once and a coin was tossed once, determine the number of possible outcomes.

Q8:

If the shown spinner was spun once and a coin was tossed once, determine the number of possible outcomes.

Q9:

If the shown spinner was spun once and a coin was tossed once, determine the number of possible outcomes.

Q10:

List all the possible outcomes when spinning this spinner.

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  • E