# Probability Worksheets

Other than Algebra, I can’t think of a math topic that I enjoy teaching more than probability. Â Students intuitively understand the likelihood of something happening or not happening. Â The study of probability lends itself to plenty of real-life applications, from making predictions based on data, to creating winning strategies while playing games.

TheseÂ free probability worksheetsÂ introduce students to the basic ideas behind probability. Â They will learn how to describe the probability of an event using numbers from 0 to 1. Â They will analyze real-life word problems to calculate both experimental and theoretical probability. Â Plus they’ll look how complementary events are related to other outcomes.Â

Most of the problems incorporate traditional probability concepts like spinners, coins, and dice. Â Each worksheet conforms to Math Common Core Standards (mostly 6th grade and 7th grade at this point). Â All of the worksheets include free answer keys and can be customized to suit any grade level. Â Thanks for visitingÂ www.imathworksheets.com!

### Probability Worksheets

Theoretical Probability Worksheet 1Â –Â  Here is a fifteen problem worksheet where students will learn to use fractions to describe the probability of an event. Â A number line is included to help students determine if an event is impossible, unlikely, equally likely, likely, or certain.
Theoretical Probability Worksheet 1 RTF
Theoretical ProbabilityÂ Worksheet 1 PDF

Theoretical Probability Worksheet 2Â –Â  Here is a fourteen problem worksheet where you will calculate the theoretical probability of an event. Â You will determine the total number of outcomes in each situation, then decide how many of those outcomes match your desired outcome. Â Finally, you will Â express the probability as a number between 0 and 1.
Theoretical Probability Worksheet 2 RTF
Theoretical ProbabilityÂ Worksheet 2PDF

Probability & Complements Worksheet 3Â –Â  Here is a thirteen problem worksheet where students will analyze events and their complements. Â They will calculate probabilities for the desired outcome as well as its complement. Â Some of the exercises indicate the total number of outcomes, other problems require the students to do a little simple arithmetic.
Probability & Complements Worksheet 3 RTF
Probability & ComplementsÂ Worksheet 3 PDF