
1.
Some roommates divided up chores by writing the chores on slips of paper and putting them in a hat. The first roommate pulls "Washing dishes" out of the hat, which they had a 25% chance to do so. The second roommate pulls out "Take out the trash", which had the probability of 33%. What of the following is true?

2.
Maris is rolling a sixsided dice. Her first roll is a 3. Her second roll is a 5. Are these independent or dependent events?

3.
Katlyn is randomly pulling unique colored pencils out of a pencil bag and not replacing them. She first pulls out a red color pencil, which she had a 1 in 20 chance of doing so. What is the probability of selecting the next colored pencil on her second pull, as well as the type of probability event?

4.
Liam has a deck of 52 playing cards. He shuffles, and pulls the top card. Then he puts the card back in the deck, shuffles, and pulls the top card again. What is true about the probability of the second card?

5.
Mira is doing a survey of how many people in each cycling class at the gym wear red shorts. 40% of the first class are wearing red shorts, while only 20% of the second class are wearing red shorts. Which of the following is true?

6.
Nadia likes to randomly select the shirt she'll wear for each day out of her closet. On Monday, she had a 5% chance of picking a white shirt. On Tuesday, she had a 10% chance of picking a white shirt. And on the third day, there was a 15%. What can be derived from this?

7.
Mike is playing a dice rolling game. He rolls badly the first 10 times, therefore he believes the probability of rolling better on the eleventh roll is higher. Is Mike correct, and why or why not?

8.
A video game has a random prize generator each time you win a match. There are 20 possible items to win, and this particular game does not give duplicate prizes. If there is a 5% chance to win any item the first time you use the prize generator, what can be said about the probability of the following prizes and why?

9.
Tori uses a random number generator. The first time, it gives her the number 7. The second time, it also gives her the number 7. What can be said about these events?

10.
There is a snack drawer at an office that is replenished every Monday. If employees randomly select snacks at a consistent rate, and there is a 10% chance of getting a bag of trail mix on Tuesday, what can be said about the probability of getting trail mix on Thursday?

11.
Gina rolls a 6 on her first dice roll on a sixsided dice. What is the probability that she'll roll a 5 on her second roll, and why?

12.
Dan does a coin flip and gets heads. He then rolls a dice, and gets a 4. What can be said about these events?

13.
Ella saw on the weather report there'd be a 60% chance of rain the next day. When it did rain the next day, she then noticed that 75% of her classmates brought umbrellas. What can be said about these events?

14.
Matthew does not know the answer for a question on an online multiple choice test. The order of the answer choices with each question is completely randomized by a computer. Matthew reasons that since the last question's answer was A, the probability that the answer will be A again is less. What can be said about Matthew's reasoning?

15.
Taja draws a name out a hat and does not replace them. If there was a 6% chance to pull any name on the first draw, what is true about the probability of the following draws and why?

16.
Undine goes to a store and sees they have 50% of their soda stock. She then goes to another store, and sees they have 70% of their candy stock. What of the following statements is true?

17.
A group of children are drawing straws to decide who'll clean the toy bin. If Nori first draws a long straw, what can be said about the probability of Dana drawing the short straw?

18.
Haley notices that only 30% of the kids in her reading club have ponytails, while 60% of her chess club have ponytails. What is true about this statement?

19.
There are 10 apples, 4 green and 6 red. Margit randomly selects a red apple. After eating that one, if Margit decides to randomly select another apple from the same group of apples and gets a green apple, what type of events are these and why?

20.
Teresa spins a spinner that randomly selects between 4 different colors each time. What type of events is each spin, and why?

21.
Ms. Sisko has popsicle sticks with the students names in a cup. When she wants to call on a student, she'll pull a stick out at random, and then wait until the end of class to put the stick back so she only calls on a student once per class. If Mario is not called on the first time, what can be said about the probability that he'll be called on later on in the class with each pull, and why?

22.
A video game has a random prize generator, with there being a 1% chance each time that you'll win a Srank item. If you do not pull the Srank item the first time, and the prize pool resets each time  what is the probability that you'll draw an Srank item the second time and why?

23.
Peter pulled a blue marble out of a bag. He set it aside, and then pulled out a green marble. What can be said about these events?

24.
While working at a call center that calls phone numbers that are randomly generated, Dominika noticed one night that only 12% of the people she randomly called answered. The following night, 20% of the people she called answered. What can be said about these events?

25.
Sara pulled a caramel out of a bag of assorted candies, which she had a 10% chance of doing so. After she ate that candy, she pulled out another candy. What can be said about the probability of her pulling out another caramel, and why?

26.
Crow is spinning a spinner with different colors, with each color having a 12% chance of being selected on the first spin. Crow believes that since blue wasn't picked on the first spin, the probability of it landing on blue the second time will still be 12%. Is Crow right and why?

27.
During a bingo game, a random combination of a letter and number is called out. If that combination is not repeated, what statement is true about the probability of different combinations being called each time?

28.
Jack has a 1:52 chance of pulling an ace of spades from a card deck, but instead draws a queen of hearts. If he replaces each card he draws back into the deck and shuffles, what chance does he have to pull an ace of spade on the second draw?

29.
50% of the students in the class brought their own lunch. During lunch time, 30% of the entire class ate sandwiches made at their homes. Are these independent or independent events, and why?

30.
Diana rolls 4 sixsided dice, and gets a sum totaling 20. She then rolls the same 4 dice again, and her next total ends up being 16. What is true about these events?