# Represent and Determine Probability Question

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P (green) 1/6

P (white) 2/3

P (black 0

P (green or blue) 1/3

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Category: *Represent and Determine Probability*

Level: *Grade 9*

Score: *8*

Author: *SheilaH*

Last Modified: *7 months ago*

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In a probability experiment, a painted cube is rolled once. One side of the cube is painted blue, four sides are painted white, and one side is painted green. Express the theoretical probability (P) of each event as a fraction in simplest form.

P (green) 1/6

P (white) 2/3

P (black 0

P (green or blue) 1/3

P (green) 1/6

P (white) 2/3

P (black 0

P (green or blue) 1/3

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