Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

What is the probability that you will choose a black
rock out of this container?


2.

On a normal die, what is the chance that you will
roll a 6?


3.

Would you have a better chance of
rolling a 4 or a 6 with these two dice?
a.  4  c.  6  b.  neither  d.  same chance 


4.

A deck of cards has 52 cards  four each of ace down through 2. If you
take the ace of spades out, what are the chances you could draw a 4?
a.  3/52  c.  1/52  b.  4/51  d.  you will not have a chance at drawing a
4 


5.

Jenny was chosen by her coach to call the flip at
the beginning of the game. She wanted to practice so she could make the right call. She
flipped each coin 10 times. How many times did she most likely come up heads?


6.

In this group of candies, what are
the chances you could pick a blue candy while blindfolded? (Numbers on paper plate are the same
as on the diagram.)
a.  4  c.  1/4  b.  4/21  d.  same chance as any other
color 
