
Directions: Read carefully.
1. 
You have four aces picked from a deck of cards, and you have one penny.
a) How many elements are in the sample space of drawing one card and tossing the penny?
Choose:
b) What is the probability of getting heads on the penny and drawing the ace of hearts?
Choose:



2. 
You are a contestant on the TV show called "Chance Choice". The host asks you to pick a door, and then to pick a curtain behind the door. There are three doors and four curtains behind each door.
a) How many options are possible from which to choose?
Choose:
b) There are two winning options: "Door 1 Curtain b" and Door 3 Curtain d". What is the probability of choosing a winning option?
Choose:


3. 
From the forest ranger's station there are three trails to Camp A. There are then three trails from Camp A to Camp B.
a) How many different routes are there from the ranger's station to Camp B?
Choose:
b) Three of the routes to Camp B have small bridges over water. What is the probability of choosing a route that has a bridge?
Choose:



4. 
Ari is buying a new car. He wants either a convertible or a SUV. Both vehicles are available in red, black or gray, with either automatic or standard transmissions.
Draw a tree diagram of all possible choices of vehicles available.


5. 
The spinner shown below has four equally likely regions numbered 1 to 4. The arrow is spun twice.
a) What is the probability that the spinner will land on 1 on the first spin and on a red region on the second spin?
Choose:
b) What is the probability that the spinner will land on 1 on the first spin and on 4 on the second spin?
Choose:


6. 
A bottle contains three gum balls (blue, red, green). What is the probability of picking the green gum ball, chewing it, and then picking a blue gum ball from the remaining two?
Choose:



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