Probability with Venn Diagrams
Probability with Two-Way Tables
100

How many people like maths and physics?

40

100

How many people like skateboards and snowmobiles?

80

100

What is the probability that a randomly chosen student likes both mathematics and physics?

40/100

100

What is the probability that a randomly chosen student eats breakfast and is aged 10 - 13?

40/90

200

How many people do not like cookies or icecream?

8
200

How many people in total were surveyed?

240

200

What is the probability that a randomly chosen person does not like cookies or ice cream?

8/80

200

What is the probability that a randomly chosen person likes snowmobiles?

105/160

300

How many students like English but do not like Maths?

25

300

How many people in total like football?

42

300

What is the probability that a randomly chosen student likes English or Mathematics or Both?

57/64

300

What is the probability that a randomly chosen person likes football and likes chocolate?

10/72

400

How many people in total like Maths?

32

400

How many people like snowmobiles but do not like skateboards?

25

400

What is the probability that a randomly chosen student likes anything that is NOT Physics.

40/100

400

How many Females like Physics?

28

500

How many people like mathematics or physics or both?

90

500

How many people like vanilla and like football?

32

500

A group of 50 people were asked their gender and if they liked cats. The data from the survey are shown in the Venn diagram.

How many Females like cats?

13

500

How many Females like Chemistry?

6