How many outcomes will there be? ________________ (8)

Event Day Outcome

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Hiking<

Arts & Crafts<

Water Rafting<

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Complete the table to make a list of possible outcomes:

Jacob has to make a reservation for his trip aboard the train. He has the option of a window seat, aisle seat, middle seat or personal cabin. His meals can be chicken, beef or salad. How many different ways can he make his train reservations?________ (12)

Train Reservations

Seat

Meal

(5)

How many possible outcomes are included in the spinners below:

Outcomes: ______________________________________________ (Red-A, Red-B, Red-C, Red-D; Blue-A, Blue-B, Blue-C ,Blue-D; Purple-A, Purple-B, Purple-C, Purple-D, Yellow-A, Yellow-B, Yellow-C, Yellow-D; Green –A, Green –B, Green –C, Green –D; Pink-A, Pink-B, Pink-C, Pink-D)

Probability- the number of favorable outcomes compared to the number of possible outcomes

Outcomes- the result of an experiment

Event- one outcome or a combination of outcomes

Tally Chart- A tally chart is used to show how often something happens. The grouping of the lines in 5s allows the person to determine the amount by looking at the data quickly.

Example:

What is your eye color?

Color

Blue

Green

Two-tone

Hazel

Brown

Tally

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Tree Diagram- A diagram that shows all possible outcomes or choices

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Practice using a tally chart with outcomes:

Play a game with your child by tossing a coin and throwing one die. Make a chart and tally the outcomes that occur when you toss the coin and die.

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How many outfits:

Take out clothes and decide how many outfits can be put together by interchanging the pants and shirts. For example, 3 different pants, 3 different shirts and match them up with one another.

Then you can record the different outcomes on a tree diagram.

How many outcomes will there be? ________________ (9)

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Complete the tree diagram:

Drinks: water, juice, soda, punch

Size: small, medium, large, jumbo

How many outcomes will there be? ________________ (16)

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Complete the tree diagram:

Food item: Taco, enchilada, burrito

Meat Choice: chicken, steak, vegetarian

How many outcomes will there be? ________________ (9)

(14)

Complete the tree diagram:

Pants: blue, black, brown

Shirts: white, beige, striped

How many outcomes will there be? ________________ (9)

(15)

Complete the tree diagram:

Soup choices: Potato cheese, cream of broccoli, chicken noodle

Bread: wheat, white, sourdough, garlic toast

How many outcomes will there be? ________________ (12)

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Make a table to list the possible outcomes:

The Oslo family is remodeling their kitchen. The have a choice of tan, white, or gray for paint. The countertops can be gray granite, black granite, brown granite, or blue granite. The tile can be tan, gray, or blue.

How many outcomes will they have to choose from? ________ (36)

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Make a table to list the possible outcomes:

We are at the bakery and have to make a choice on a birthday cake for the party. The choices are chocolate, vanilla or cream cheese icing. Chocolate cake, marble cake or white cake. The decorations can be flowers, balloons, or a photograph.

How many outcomes will they have to choose from? ______ (27)

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Make a table to list the possible outcomes:

In order to plan a party we have to choose a location to have it. We have made reservations for a park, banquet hall, or restaurant. We also need to decide on the time, like afternoon or evening.

How many possible outcomes are there? __________ (9)

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Make a table to list the possible outcomes:

Which type of ice cream should we serve at the bake sale: vanilla, chocolate strawberry, or cookies and cream? We also need to make a choice on the toppings: nuts, sprinkles, or chocolate syrup.

How many possible outcomes are there: _______ (12)

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List the possible outcomes for the tools below:

Six-sided dice

Outcomes: ____________

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List the possible outcomes for a coin and the spinner below:

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List the possible outcomes included in the spinners below: