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## Probability Problem for Form 4 students. Let's do it with your friends to see who are the first bingo man!

Created Date 06.04.21
Last Updated 06.04.21
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Topics of this game:
• What is the probability of choosing a 9 in a deck of card?
• What is the probability of choosing a heart 4 in a deck of card?
• Notation for Event A or Event B
• Notation for Event A and Event B
• P is 3 and Q is even number. Are P and Q related?
• P is perfect squares and Q is 16. Are P and Q related?
• The probability of a King or a Queen is
• The probability of a King and a Queen is
• From 10 to 39, what is the probability the numbers contains at least one digit 5?
• Probability of getting number greater than 4 and it is even from a fair dice.
• A is pupils who are wearing glasses; B is pupils who love Maths. Can A and B happen together??
• A is members of Girls Guide; B is events of boys students. Can A and B happen together??
• A box contains 2 red balls, 3 blue balls and 1 pink balls. P(red and pink) is
• Probability of getting red and number smaller than 6 in a deck of playing cards.
• The chance of rolling a 3 is 1/6. What is the chance of not rolling a 3?
• The complement of rolling a 2 is
• The complement of winning a game is
• 10 pupils join a test, 5 students get A, 3 students get C, 2 students fail. Probability of passing the test?
• Ben throw a coin. Probability of getting tails is 0.4. What is the probability of getting head?
• Spinner contains numbers from 1-8, when you spin it, the events of spinning an even number and less than 5 are
• Probability of rolling a prime number and rolling an even number on a dice.
• P is rolling an even number, Q is rolling an odd number. Can P and Q occur together?
• G is get a students from Malaysia, H is a students from Asian. Can G and H occur together?
• G is picking a spade, H is picking a diamond from a deck of card. Can J and K happen together?
• What is the probability of winning a basketball competition if probability of losing is 0.3?
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