Students will practice finding the theoretical probability of a simple event with this cut and paste puzzle. Problems range in difficulty. All answers are given as fractions in simplest form.
A scenario is described in the middle of each square. Students are directed to find the probability of the events along the bottom and right edge of each square, based on the scenario in the middle. After finding each probability, they cut out the squares and begin arranging them so the edges meet and paste on a template. The box letters make it easy for students to organize their work AND make it easier to grade!
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