
Question 1 
What are the chances of landing on
green as compare to landing on blue when the spinner in the picture is spun once? 
A. 
certain 
B. 
likely 
C. 
equally likely 
D. 
unlikely 
    

Question 2 
What is the probability of picking a dime out of the following set of coins?

A. 
2 out of 5 
B. 
1 out of 5 
C. 
4 out of 5 
D. 
3 out of 5 
    

Question 3 
What is the probability of picking a number that is less than 20, out of the following number list?
56, 34, 25, 21, 9, 18, 66, 39 
A. 
1 out of 8 
B. 
2 out of 8 
C. 
3 out of 9 
D. 
4 out of 8 
    


Question 4 
There are 3 red pens, 4 blue pens, 6 black pens, and 2 green pens on the table. What is the probability of choosing a purple pen from the table? 
A. 
4 out of 15 
B. 
2 out of 15 
C. 
6 out of 15 
D. 
Impossible 
    

Question 5 
A box has 10 blocks that are yellow and red.
You are equally likely to pick a yellow block or a red block from the box. How many of each color blocks are in the box? 
A. 
15 
B. 
5 
C. 
8 
D. 
12 
    

Question 6 
Which statement is correct about the spinner if spun once? 
A. 
It is certain to land on B 
B. 
It is likely to land on B 
C. 
It is unlikely to land on B 
D. 
It is impossible to land on A 
    



Question 7 
Claire tosses a number cube with numbers 1 to 6. What is the probability that she will toss an even number? 
A. 
3 out of 5 
B. 
2 out of 6 
C. 
1 out of 2 
D. 
Impossible 
    

Question 8 
Gary wants to pick an even number out of the following number list. What are his chances of picking an even number?
12, 8, 9, 16, 19, 7 
A. 
unlikely 
B. 
equally likely 
C. 
certain 
D. 
impossible 
    


Question 9 
Trevor spins the spinner shown in the picture. What is the probability that he does NOT spin blue? 
A. 
3 out of 5 
B. 
1 out of 5 
C. 
3 out of 4 
D. 
2 out of 5 
    

Question 10 
There are 5 nickels, 5 pennies and 5 quarters on a table. What is the probability that Nathan will pick a quarter without looking? 
A. 
5 out of 10 
B. 
1 out of 13 
C. 
10 out of 15 
D. 
1 out of 3 
    

