29 simple & compound probability practice problems involving the following skills:
**differentiating theoretical vs. experimental probability of a simple event and its complement as a fraction in simplest form
**making predictions about the frequency of an event based on data (experimental probability)
**determining the probability of both dependent and independent compound events (which requires differentiating between a compound event that is dependent vs independent)
**determining the total number of possible outcomes (fundamental counting principle)
Answer key included; I used this worksheet as a review/study guide before students took this Probability Assessment
which is a short, 5 question assessment of both simple & compound probability which may be purchased in my store; however, this worksheet may be used separately as a means of direct and guided instruction.