# Probability Practice

## Quiz by Dom Dawkins

Feel free to use or edit a copy

includes Teacher and Student dashboards

### Measure skillsfrom any curriculum

Tag the questions with any skills you have. Your dashboard will track each student's mastery of each skill.

- edit the questions
- save a copy for later
- start a class game
- automatically assign follow-up activities based on students’ scores
- assign as homework
- share a link with colleagues
- print as a bubble sheet

- Q1Users enter free textType an Answer300s
- Q2
Rasheed is getting dressed in the dark. He reaches into his sock drawer to get a pair of socks. He knows that his sock drawer contains 6 pairs of socks, and each pair is a different color. Each pair of socks is folded together. The pair of socks in the drawer are red, brown, green, white, black and blue.

**How many possible outcomes are there in the experiment?**Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q3
Rasheed is getting dressed in the dark. He reaches into his sock drawer to get a pair of socks. He knows that his sock drawer contains 6 pairs of socks, and each pair is a different color. Each pair of socks is folded together. The pair of socks in the drawer are red, brown, green, white, black and blue.

**What are the possible outcomes of the experiment?(Hint: Write the outcomes in the order that you see it and do not include the word 'and')**Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q4
Rasheed is getting dressed in the dark. He reaches into his sock drawer to get a pair of socks. He knows that his sock drawer contains 6 pairs of socks, and each pair is a different color. Each pair of socks is folded together. The pair of socks in the drawer are red, brown, green, white, black and blue.

**List the sample space for the experiment.**Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q5Users enter free textType an Answer300s
- Q6Users enter free textType an Answer300s
- Q7Users enter free textType an Answer300s