Predicting Outcomes Worksheets

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1.

John wants to buy a pair of socks. John found four colors to choose from yellow, blue, brown and black. Find the number of possible choices John has.

a. | 1 | ||

b. | 4 | ||

c. | 3 | ||

d. | 2 |

Correct answer : (2)

2.

Which one of these is not an outcome when a number cube marked 1-6 is rolled?

a. | 4 | ||

b. | 5 | ||

c. | 3 | ||

d. | 7 |

7 cannot be an outcome as 7 > 6.

Correct answer : (4)

3.

Jeff spinned the spinner shown 20 times.

He recorded the number of times the spinner stopped on each color, in a tally table. How many tally marks should come against green color in the table?

He recorded the number of times the spinner stopped on each color, in a tally table. How many tally marks should come against green color in the table?

a. | 9 | ||

b. | 7 | ||

c. | 13 | ||

d. | 8 |

Jeff spinned the spinner 20 times.

Out of 20 spins, 13 times the spinner stopped on pink color.

So, the remaining ( 20 - 13) = 7 times, the spinner stopped on green color.

So, 7 tally marks should come against the green color.

Correct answer : (2)

4.

Which one of these is not an outcome when the spinner shown is spun?

a. | the spinner stopping on the brown region | ||

b. | the spinner stopping on the yellow region | ||

c. | the spinner stopping on the green region | ||

d. | the spinner stopping on the orange region |

So the spinner stopping on the brown region cannot be an outcome.

Correct answer : (1)

5.

Sandra bought three vegetables Carrot, Tomato, and Potato. Which of the following shows all the different ways that Sandra can choose 2 of them for a recipe?

Imagine Sandra has chosen Carrot, then for the second choice she now has 2 vegetables to choose from, Tomato or Potato.

Proceeding this way she can choose two vegetables in three different ways as shown in Figure 1.

Correct answer : (0)

6.

Kim has 3 crayons in different colors **B**lue, **G**reen, and **P**urple. Which list shows all the possible ways in which she can choose two crayons to draw a picture?

a. | BG, BP, GP | ||

b. | BG, GP | ||

c. | BG, BP, GP, BB, GG, PP | ||

d. | None of these |

Imagine Kim has chosen Blue crayon, then for the second choice he now has 2 colors to choose from, Green or Purple.

Proceeding this way he can choose two crayons in three different ways as BG, BP, GP.

[B - Blue, G - Green, P - Purple.]

Correct answer : (1)

7.

Identify the list that shows all the possible ways in which **A**nn, **P**aula, and **D**orothy stand in line.

a. | AP, DP, DA | ||

b. | APD, PDA, DPA | ||

c. | APD, ADP, PDA, PAD, DAP, DPA | ||

d. | APD, ADP |

If

Proceeding this way, the three girls can stand in a line in 6 different ways as 'APD, ADP, PDA, PAD, DAP, DPA'

Correct answer : (3)

8.

Katherine has 3 hats in different colors **R**ed, **B**lue, and **P**ink. Which list shows all the possible ways in which she can choose two hats?

a. | RB, RP | ||

b. | RB, RP, BP, RR, BB, PP | ||

c. | RB, RP, BP | ||

d. | None of these |

Imagine Katherine has chosen Red hat, then for the second choice she now has 2 colors to choose from, Blue or Pink.

Proceeding this way she can choose two hats in three different ways as RB, RP, BP.

[R - Red, B - Blue, P - Pink.]

Correct answer : (3)

9.

a. | An outcome | ||

b. | An event | ||

c. | Prediction | ||

d. | An experiment |

Correct answer : (4)

10.

a. | An outcome | ||

b. | Probability | ||

c. | An event | ||

d. | None of the above |

Correct answer : (1)

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