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## Math in Focus Grade 4 Chapter 5 Practice 4 Answer Key Outcomes

**Decide which are possible outcomes. Write yes or no.**

A coin is tossed once.

Question 1.

The coin lands on heads. ___

Answer:

The coin lands on heads. Yes.

Question 2.

The coin lands on tails. ___

Answer:

The coin lands on tails. No.

Question 3.

The coin lands on both heads and tails. ___

Answer:

The coin lands on both heads and tails. No.

Complete.

Question 4.

There are ___ possible outcomes when you toss a coin.

Answer:

There are 2 possible outcomes when you toss a coin.

**Complete. Write more likely, less likely, certain, impossible, or equally likely.**

Example

Look at the spinner. Suppose it is spun once.

It is __more likely__ that the spinner will land on red or on green.

It is __equally likely__ that the spinner will land on green or on purple.

It is that __impossible__ the spinner will land on yellow.

It is __less likely__ that the spinner will land on green.

It is __certain__ that the spinner will land on red, green, or purple.

**A spinner is divided into four equal parts. The parts are red, blue, yellow, and green. The spinner is spun once.**

Question 5.

It is ___ that the spinner will land on red.

Answer:

It is likely that the spinner will land on red.

Question 6.

It is ____ that the spinner will land on red, blue, yellow, or green.

Answer:

It is certain that the spinner will land on red, blue, yellow, or green.

Question 7.

It is ___ that the spinner will land on blue or on green.

Answer:

It is equally likely that the spinner will land on blue or on green.

Question 8.

It is ___ that the spinner will land on purple.

Answer:

It is impossible that the spinner will land on purple.

**Complete each sentence.**

A number cube numbered 1 to 6 is tossed once.

Question 9.

There are ___ possible outcomes.

Answer:

There are \(\frac{1}{6}\) possible outcomes.

Question 10.

The number cube lands with an even number on top. There are ____ possible outcomes.

Answer:

There are 3 possible outcomes.

Explanation:

The possible outcomes are \(\frac{1}{6}\), \(\frac{2}{6}\),\(\frac{3}{6}\),\(\frac{4}{6}\),\(\frac{5}{6}\),\(\frac{6}{6}\). So the 3 even possible outcomes are \(\frac{2}{6}\), \(\frac{4}{6}\), \(\frac{6}{6}\).

Question 11.

The number cube lands with a number less than 3 on top. There are ___ possible outcomes.

Answer:

There are 2 possible outcomes.

Explanation:

The possible outcomes are \(\frac{1}{6}\), \(\frac{2}{6}\),\(\frac{3}{6}\),\(\frac{4}{6}\),\(\frac{5}{6}\),\(\frac{6}{6}\). So the number less than 3 on top is \(\frac{1}{6}\), \(\frac{2}{6}\).

**Study the data in the table.**

Three bags each contain eight colored marbles.

**Complete. Write more likely, less likely, certain, impossible, or equally likely to describe each outcome.**

Question 12.

A green marble is drawn from Bag B. ____

Answer:

A green marble is drawn from Bag B. More likely.

Explanation:

Here, green marbles are more likely to draw because there are more green marbles than red marbles.

Question 13.

A red marble is drawn from Bag B. ____

Answer:

A red marble is drawn from Bag B. Less likely.

Explanation:

Here, red marbles are less likely to draw because there are less red marbles than green marbles.

Question 14.

A green marble is drawn from Bag C. ___

Answer:

A green marble is drawn from Bag C. More likely.

Explanation:

Here, green marbles are more likely to draw because there are more green marbles than red marbles.

Question 15.

A red marble is drawn from Bag C. ___

Answer:

A red marble is drawn from Bag C. Impossible.

Explanation:

Here, red marbles are 0. So the red marbles are impossible to pick.

Question 16.

A red or green marble is drawn from Bag B. ____

Answer:

A red or green marble is drawn from Bag B. Certain.

Explanation:

Here, a red or green marble is drawn from Bag B certainly.