
Directions: Ten candles (3 red, 2 blue, and 5 green) are lined up. A student is asked to randomly choose and light one candle. Answer the following questions relating to this situation.
1. 
a) What is the probability that the student picked one blue candle to light?
Choose:
b) Which choice describes the likelihood of this occurrence?
Choose:


2. 
a) What is the probability that the student picked one green candle to light?
Choose:
b) Which choice describes the likelihood of this occurrence?
Choose:


3. 
a) What is the probability that the student picked one candle from the red or the green candles to light?
Choose:
b) Which choice describes the likelihood of this occurrence?
Choose:


4. 
What is the probability of choosing a red candle to light, expressed as a percent?
Choose:


5. 
a) This candle situation is an example of a uniform probability model?
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b) Which statement best supports your answer?
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6. 
The probability of choosing a blue candle to light, is
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7. 
a) What is the probability that the candle that is lit will be either a red, blue or green candle?
Choose:
b) Which choice describes the likelihood of this occurrence?
Choose:


8. 
a) What is the probability that the candle that is lit will be a white candle?
Choose:
b) Which choice describes the likelihood of this occurrence?
Choose:


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