Graphs, Graphs, Graphs! Impossible or Possible? What's the likelihood? Vocabulary

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What is a pictograph?
A graph that uses symbols to show data.

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What is impossible?
Money growing on trees

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What is equally likely?
The likelihood of a coin landing on heads or tails.

100

What is unlikely?
An event that will probably not happen.

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What is green?
Yellow: 3 Blue: 2 Green: 4 Red:2 The color(s) with the greatest number of votes.

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What is impossible?
Selecting a red marble from a bag of all blue marbles.

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What is likely?
The likelihood of selecting a blue marble from a bag of 3 yellow marbles, 8 blue marbles, and 1 red marble.

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What is certain?
An event that will definitely happen.

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What is blue and red?
Yellow: 3 Blue: 2 Green: 4 Red:2 The color(s) with the least amount of votes.

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What is impossible?
Selecting a quarter in a bag of pennies, nickles, and dimes.

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What is certain?
The likelihood that a yellow marble will be picked from a bag of all yellow marbles.

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What is likely?
An event that will probably happen.

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What is survey?
To investigate the opinions of people by asking questions.

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What is possible?
Selecting a purple marble in a bag of blue, green, purple, and pink marbles.

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What is likely?
The likelihood that a girl will be picked to be the line leader in a class with 17 girls and 4 boys.

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What is equally likely?
An event that has an equal chance of happening or not happening.

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A graph that shows the following information: chocolate: 5 strawberry: 4 vanilla: 3

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What is impossible?
Selecting a soccer ball from a bag of footballs and basketballs.

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What is unlikely?
In a bag of 6 soccer balls, 2 basketballs, 1 beach ball, and 4 baseballs, the student is _______ to pull out a beach ball.

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What is likelihood?
To predict the chances of an event happening.

2nd Grade Probability (SOL 2.17, 2.18, 2.19)

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