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Ontario Curriculum Expectation:
5.D2.2 determine and compare the theoretical and experimental probabilities of an event happening.
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1. The table shows the results of spinning a spinner 20 times. Each color has an equal outcome chance. The experimental probability was compared to the expected probability.
Which colour had the actual results equal to the expected results?CorrectIncorrect
2. The table shows the results of rolling a fair number cube 24 times.
Based on the results, what was the experimental probability, as a fractional amount, of rolling a 2?CorrectIncorrect
3. So far this baseball season, Justin has 1 hit for every 3 times at bat. Based on this outcome, how many hits can Justin expect in his next 36 times at bat? Fill in the blank with your answer.
4. A student tossed a coin 50 times. The table shows the results as a fractional amount.
Match the number to the box to correctly show the number of tosses for heads and tails.
Outcome of Head Number of Tosses
Outcome of Tails Number of Tosses
5. The results of 3 basketball teams are shown.
• Team 1 has won 2 out of every 3 games
• Team 2 has won 2 out of every 4 games
• Team 3 has won 3 out of every 4 games
Based on the results so far, which statements appear to be correct? Choose the THREE correct answers.CorrectIncorrect