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- Probability refers to how likely an event will occur. It means the chance of something to happen.
- Random event pertains to something that is unpredictable.
- Since a random event is unpredictable, you cannot give an exact calculation for something to occur.
- The result of a random experiment is called an outcome.
- The set of all the possible outcomes of a random experiment is called Sample Space, and it is denoted by ‘S’.
- A subset of the sample space is called an Event.
Based on a survey result, 56% of the carnival goers tend to buy at least 2 cups of ice cream whenever they visit a Carnival park. What is the probability that all of the five random visitors in the carnival bought 2 cups of ice cream?
Change 56% to decimal. Then multiply the value five times.
P(E) = (0.56)(0.56)(0.56)(0.56)(0.56)
P(E) = 0.550 or 5.50%
Therefore, the probability that all five Carnival visitors will buy 2 cups of ice cream is 0.550 or 5.50%
Probability of Random Events (Carnival Themed) Worksheets
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Worksheets Activities Included
Ages 9-10 (Basic)
- Carnival Entrance
- Double Treat
- The Number Wheel
- Color Wheel of Fortune
- The Balloon Game
Ages 10-11 (Advanced)
- Carnival Moments
- Digital Solitaire
- Candy Machine
- The Jungle
- Probability in Life