Theoretical Probability Worksheet 1 – Here is a fifteen problem worksheet where students will learn to use fractions to describe the probability of an event. A number line is included to help students determine if an event is impossible, unlikely, equally likely, likely, or certain.
Theoretical Probability Worksheet 2 – Here is a fourteen problem worksheet where you will calculate the theoretical probability of an event. You will determine the total number of outcomes in each situation, then decide how many of those outcomes match your desired outcome. Finally, you will express the probability as a number between 0 and 1.
Probability & Complements Worksheet 3 – Here is a thirteen problem worksheet where students will analyze events and their complements. They will calculate probabilities for the desired outcome as well as its complement. Some of the exercises indicate the total number of outcomes, other problems require the students to do a little simple arithmetic.