Numbered cards are being drawn at random.

The first card is a .

The probabilities for the next card are as follows:

The first card is a .

The probabilities for the next card are as follows:

P(higher) = %

P(lower) = %

P(lower) = %

Find the probability the next card is .

P(next card is ) = %

1

Numbered cards are being drawn at random.

The first card is a .

The probabilities for the next card are as follows:

The first card is a .

The probabilities for the next card are as follows:

P(higher) = %

P(lower) = %

P(lower) = %

Find the probability the next card is .

P(next card is ) = %

1

Numbered cards are being drawn at random.

The first card is a .

The probabilities for the next card are as follows:

The first card is a .

The probabilities for the next card are as follows:

P(higher) = %

P(lower) = %

P(lower) = %

Find the probability the next card is .

P(next card is ) = %

1

The probability that it will rain tomorrow is

Find the probability it will not rain tomorrow.

P(not rain tomorrow) =

1

The probability that it will rain tomorrow is

Find the probability it will not rain tomorrow.

P(not rain tomorrow) =

1

Counters in a box are four colours.

The table below shows the probabilities of picking each colour of counter at random.

The table below shows the probabilities of picking each colour of counter at random.

Colour | Blue | Red | White | Yellow |

Probability |

Find the probability of picking a yellow counter.

P(yellow) =

2

Counters in a box are four colours.

The table below shows the probabilities of picking each colour of counter at random.

The table below shows the probabilities of picking each colour of counter at random.

Colour | Blue | Red | White | Yellow |

Probability |

Find the probability of picking a yellow counter.

P(yellow) =

2

A and B are mutually exclusive.

P(A) =

P(A or B) =

P(A) =

P(A or B) =

Find P(B)

P(B) =

1

A and B are mutually exclusive.

P(A) =

P(A or B) =

P(A) =

P(A or B) =

Find P(B)

P(B) =

1