# Simple and Compound Probability Worksheets

### How many possible outcomes of an event are there?

The compound probability is the probability of the first event and the second event. Students will learn how to determine the outcome and number of possible outcomes of an event in these exercises. The students will find probable outcomes.

### What is the combination of two simple events to achieve a compound event?

0.25 or 0.50 is the amount of time it will take to get a head or tail twice in a row. The combination of two simple events is called compound probability. The event is the chance that the coin will give you heads.

### What is the probability of compound events in a word problem?

Skills practiced include calculating simple probability for given equations, Determining the probability of compound events in a word problem, and answering questions on complimentary events.

### What is a compound event?

There are examples of compound events. Two or more simple events are part of a compound event. A toss a die is a simple event. A compound event is tossing two dice. If the outcomes are equally likely, the event can be calculated.

### What is the name of the worksheet by Kuta Software LLC?

A name for the geometry compound probability. The date is U00a9W Y2s0I1s7N. Determine whether the scenario involves. Find the one.

### What is the name of the event that Ann draws from a jar?

Write I for independent event or D for dependent event 1 on the practice date. Ann draws a toothpick. She drew a second toothpick without replacing it. 2. John flips a coin after he rolls a six on a number cube.

### What is the probability of one event occurring?

Simple Probability is expressed using coins, dice, marbles, or spinner.

### What is the probability that two or more independent events will occur?

Two or more independent events are considered compound probability. The outcome of one event does not affect the outcome of another.

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